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CATALOGUE OF INSECTS FOUND IN NEW 

JERSEY. 



BY JOHN B. SMITH. 



INTRODUCTION. 

Any faunal list making pretense to completeness, must be based 
upon years of careful collecting and observation, not by one, but by 
many individuals. In my work of compiling the present list I have 
been hampered in every possible direction, and incompleteness of the 
work will, I hope, be not entirely charged as incompetence In the 
compiler. The labor on material for the list has been confined to the 
few spare hours I could gather from a summer's active field-work, 
and to about three weeks' work in compiling the results obtained from 
my correspondents. New Jersey offers quite distinct contrasts in her 
geological features, and, as this influences the botany to a very large 
extent, it necessarily also affects the character of the insect fauna. 
There are no large general collections of insects in the State, and 
records of this kind were shut off. Collectors of insects are few, and 
are massed in two or three localities, hence many parts of the State 
are entirely unexplored, and the contrasts between the fauna of the 
sandy pine-barren region and of the rocky Orange mountain district 
are not well brought out. Collectors lacking, little material has come 
into the hands of the systematists, and hence there are few references 
in the literature to New Jersey as the home of species. Pennsylvania 
and New York are constantly referred to. New Jersey seldom. The 
material for a list of insects was therefore not to be sought in litera- 
ture. In Philadelphia there are a number of active collectors who do 
a large part of their collecting in this State. From some of these I 
have obtained most valuable lists of captures. The excursions made 
by these gentlemen were generally confined to the Camden and Glou- 
cester county region, or extended to the sea-shore — a part of the pine 

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4 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

barrens was therefore covered, but not nearly as thoroughly as desira- 
ble. Unfortunately these gentlemen were all collectors of Coleoptera or 
of Lepidopiera, and in Lepidoptera of only small portions of the order. 
So far as the fauna of the pine barrens is concerned, we know absolutely 
nothing of it save in Coleoptera and Lepidoptera. In Newark and its 
immediate vicinity are a number of collectors who have formed an Ento- 
mological Society, which holds semi-monthly meetings. This society 
and its members have furnished me valuable lists giving the collective 
experiences of its members. These lists are cited in the following 
pages as the " Newark List," and the species are generally taken not 
many miles from the city of Newark. As this includes territory from 
salt marshes to mountain, further specialization in future lists will be 
desirable. As in Philadelphia, all the collectors confine themselves 
to Coleoptera or Lepidoptera, and in Lepidoptera none collect the 
micros, so called. The only collector who has a general collection of 
any size is Mr. M. S. Crane, of Caldwell, and from him I had lists in 
Hymenopiera, Hemiptera, Diptera, Orthoptera, Neuroptera, Coleoptera 
and Lepidoptera, which proved of the greatest assistance to me. In 
the cities of New York and Brooklyn there are a considerable number 
of entomologists and collectors who do a great deal of their collecting 
in New Jersey, and some of these have added materially to the com- 
pleteness of the present list. As usual, these gentlemen confine them- 
selves to Coleoptera and Lepidoptera. Had the time been less press- 
ing I could probably have gotten further aid from these gentlemen, 
but the collecting season and immediately after are bad times to expect 
aid from entomologists. It will be noticed that, except in Coleoptera 
and Lepidoptera, New Jersey is practically unexplored, and even in 
the collected orders, northern and northwestern New Jersey are entirely 
unrepresented. These facts must be my excuse for any incomplete- 
ness in the list. So far as my own collections are concerned, I must 
say that I lived in the city of Brooklyn during the period of my most 
enthusiastic collecting days and that many a pleasant day was passed 
in the hills back of Montclair, in the woods near Fort Lee, or in early 
spring along the foot of the Palisades from Hoboken to Weehawken 
and further north. I have also spent many pleasant days on Dr. 
Brakeley's plantations in Ocean county and have taken many good 
species there. As I collected in all orders, I have been able to add 
considerable to all lists, from my own experience. 

To specialize : In the Hymenoptera I have used Mr. E. T. Cres- 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 5 

son's classification and list as a guide, and have included all the species 
marked by him as occurring in New Jersey, as well as those so dis- 
tributed that their occurrence in the State is certain. Mr. M. S. Crane 
furnished me with a very good list of his captures, and, supplemented 
by my own experience, this added to the accuracy of the list. Finally, 
by the courtesy of the American Entomological Society, I was enabled 
to examine the E. T. Cresson collection of Hymenoptera, from which 
I gleaned many New Jersey species, and Mr. Geo. B. Cresson, the 
curator of the Society, kindly gave me a list of specimens recently 
taken near Westville, all of which aided in completing the list. 

In Coleoptera, the Henshaw check list has been my guide. Messrs. 
Charles Liebeck and Henry W. Wenzel, of Philadelphia, have fur- 
nished me most excellent annotated lists of the species taken by them. 
The Newark list was very full in some families and forms an im- 
portant part of the record. In the Car^abidce, a list of the species 
taken near New York by Mr. F. G. Schaupp, which I aided in com- 
piling some years ago, furnished many species. In the families of 
rove and water beetles [Staphylinidce, Dyliscidce, Hydrophilidce, &c.), 
all the general lists were poor, and as my own collection, now in the 
United States National Museum, contained many species from this 
State, I obtained, through the courtesy of Mr. Howard, acting for 
Professor Riley, a list of these species in the National Museum. 

Mr. M. L. Linell, Professor Riley's aide in the museum, also kindly 
furnished me with a partial list of his collections in New Jersey, and 
these were very valuable. 

Dr. John Hamilton, of Allegheny, Pennsylvania, had passed a short 
season in September at Brigautine Beach for some years past, and his 
list of captures was of extreme interest. Mr. C. H. Roberts, who 
makes rather a specialty of aquatic Coleoptera, furnished me with a 
list of the New Jersey specimens in his collection, which largely sup- 
plemented the other lists. Mr. W. Julich, of New York, gave a most 
excellent list of Rhynchophora taken by himself. Mr. Fred. C. Paul- 
mier, of Madison, N. J,, furnished me a list of captures, which, though 
small in extent, was still valuable as adding facts in the distribution 
of some species. A few days spent in collecting at Anglesea, near Cape 
May, in company with Messrs. E. A. Schwarz, of Washington, and 
H. W. Wenzel, of Philadelphia, produced a large number of species 
which were kindly determined and listed by Mr. S^ihwarz. Finally, 
to the courtesy of Dr. Horn I owe an opportunity of examining his 



6 GEOLOGICAL SURVEYj OP NEW JERSEY. 

extensive collection, and from this I obtained many records not on 
other lists. The list in Coleopiera is very fairly complete in most 
families. Mr. Samuel Henshaw, of Cambridge, also sent me a short 
list containing several species not elsewhere noted. 

In Lepidoptera, the list furnished by the Newark society was the 
base. In the Rhopalocera, Mr. E, M. Aaron, of Philadelphia, gave 
me a most valuable list, and the records in the lists and works of 
Messrs. Strecker, Edwards and Scudder, supplemented by my own 
experience, have made this part of the list almost complete. Mr. 
Scudder's order of genera has been followed. 

In the Sphingid and Zygeenid families, my own works have been 
followed, and I believe the list to be nearly complete. In the balance 
of the Macro-Lepidoptera, Mr. Grote's list has been, in the main, 
followed ; the Newark list being supplemented chiefly by my own 
experience. In the Geometridse and Pyralidse, Rev. Geo. D. Hulst, 
of Brooklyn, has furnished the material for the list almost as it stands. 
In the Tortrieidce, Professor Fernald's catalogue has given me most 
of the information. In the Tineidce, Mr. Wm. Beutenmiiller, of the 
American Museum of Natural History, has furnished the entire list, 
which is based almost exclusively upon his own collections and ob- 
servation. Mr. Simon Seib, of Newark, gave me a list containing 
many dates, and this has been utilized as far as possible. 

In the Diptera, Baron Osten-Sacken's catalogue has been ray guide, 
supplemented in the Syrphidce by Dr. S. W. Williston's excellent 
monograph. Mr. Crane furnished me with a record of his captures 
in this order, and this, in addition to my own observations, gives a 
basis of fact to this part of the list. 

In the Orthoptera, Mr. Lawrence Bruner, of Lincoln, Nebraska, has 
kindly furnished the list, which I have used exactly as he sent it, 
simply adding the records obtained from Mr. Crane and my own col- 
lecting. All the matter in brackets [ ] represents additions by 
myself. 

In the Hemiptera-Heteroptera, Uhler's check list has been my guide, 
supplemented by Mr. Crane's records and my own collections. 

In the Hemiptera-Homoptera, Mr. W. H. Ashmead, of Jacksonville, 
Fla., has kindly furnished the list, and very little, indeed, has been 
added to it by Mr. Crane's records and my own collecting. 

In the Neuroptera, Dr. Hagen's synopsis has been ray guide. Mr, 
Crane's list contained many species. I took many myself during the 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 7 

season. In running over the collection of the American Entomologi- 
cal Society I obtained a few records not otherwise obtainable. 

The Thysanura have been entirely omitted, since there have been 
absolutely no collections made and no lists exist. 

For much the same reasons all reference to the sub-class Arachnida 
and Myriapoda has been omitted, though the Arachnida at least are 
well represented in the State. 

Finally, I desire to thank, most sincerely, the gentlemen who by 
their courtesy and assistance have enabled me to give to the present 
catalogue its measure of completeness. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 
Family TENTHREDINID-ffi. 

Sub-Family CIMBICIN^. 

CIMBEX, Oliv. 
C. americana, Leach. 

Common at Caldwell — Crane. 

TRICHIOSOMA, Leach. 
T. triangulum, Kirby. 

ZAR-£EjA, Leach. 
Z. americana, Cress. 

Z. inflata, Norton. 

ABIA, Leach. 



A. cerasi, Fitch. 
A. dorsalis, Say. 



ACORDULECBRA, Say. 



Sub-Family HYLOTOMIN^. 

SCHIZOCBRUS, Latr. 



S. ebenus, Norton. 
S. plumiger, Klug. 
S. sericeus, Norton. 



8 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

ATOMAOERA, Say. 
A. ruflcollis, Norton. 

THBMOS, Norton. 
T. hyaline, Norton. 

HYLOTOMA, Latr. 
H. abdominalis, Leach. 
H. ccerulea, Norton. 
H. humeralis, Beau v. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

H. mcleayi, Leach. 
H. pectoralis, Leach. 
H. rubiginosa, Beauv. 
H. rubra, King. 
H. scapularis, Klug. 

Rare at Caldwell — Crane. 



Sub-Family TENTHREDININiE. 

CLADIUS, Illig. 
C. isomera, Harris. 

PRIOPHORUS, Dahlb. 
P. sequalis, Norton. 

PRISTIPHORA, Latr. 
P. grossulariae, Walsh. 
P. identidem, Norton. 
P. tibialis, Norton. 

EUURA, Newn. 
B. orbitalis, Norton. 

B. salicis-nodus, Walsh. 

B. salicis-ovum, Walsh. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 9 

CR-^SUS, Leach. 
C latitarsus, Norton. 

NEMATUS, Jur. 
N. aureopectus, Norton. 

N. bivittatus, Norton. 

N. chloreus, Norton. 

N. concolor, Norton. 

N. comig-er, Norton. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
N. erythrogaster, Norton. 
N. fulvipes, Norton. 
N. integer, Say. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
N. lateralis, Norton. 
N. longulicornis, Norton. 
N. luteolus, Norton. 
N. luteotergum, Norton. 
N. pallicomis, Norton. 
N. proximatus, Norton. 
N. ribesii, Scop. 

I have taken this in the State, myself. It is the common cur- 
rant slug. Common at Caldwell — Crane. 
N. similaris, Norton. 
N. subalbatus, Norton. 
N. trilineatus, Norton. 
N. trivittatus, Norton. 
N. ventralis, Say. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

N. vertebratus, Say. 

MBSSA, Leach. 
M. hyalina, Norton. 

PENUSA, Leach. 
F. ambigua, Norton. 



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EMPHYTUS, King. 
E. apertus, Norton. 

E. cinctipes, Norton, 

E. inomatus, Say. 

E. mellipes, Norton. 

HARPIPHORUS, Hartig. 
H. maculatus, Norton. 
H. semicornis, Say. 
H, tarsatus, Say. 
H. testaceus, Norton. 
H. varianus, Norton. 
H. versicolor, Norton. 

DOLERUS, Jur. 
D. abdominalis, Norton. 

Taken at Caldwell by Mr. Crane. 

D. albifrons, Norton. 

Taken at Caldwell by Mr. Crane. 

D. apricus, Norton. 

I have taken this myself in New Jersey. 

D. arvensis, Say. 

I have taken this at New Brunswick, in early spring ; not 
common. 

D. bicolor, Beauv. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

D. coUaris, Say. 

D. maculicollis, Norton. 

D. sericeus, Say. 

D. similis, Norton. 

D. unicolor, Beauv. 

Taken at Caldwell by Mr. Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 11 

BLENNOCAMPA, Hartig. 
B. capitalis, Norton. 

B. pygmaea, Say. 

I have taken this in New Jersey. 

MONOPHADNUS, Hartig. 
M. caryee, Norton. 

M. tilise, Norton. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
M. marginicollis, Norton. 
M. medius, Norton. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
M. rubi, Harris. 
M. tiliee, Norton. 

PHYMATOOERA, Dahlb. 

P. fumipennis, Norton. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
P. nubilipennis, Norton. 
P. rudis, Norton. 

HOPLOCAMPA, Hartig. 
H. halcyon, Norton. 

CALIROA, Costa. 

C. obsoleta, Norton. 

MONOSTEGIA, Costa. 
M. ignota, Norton. 

M. quercus-alba, Norton. 

M. rosae, Harris. 

I have taken this in New Jersey. 



ERIOCAMPA, Hartig. 
E. cerasi, Peck. 

I have seen this in the State. 
B. fasciata, Norton. 



12 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

SBLANDRIA, Leach. 
S. flavipes, Norton. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

S. media, Norton. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

ALLANTUS, Jur. 
A. basilaris, Say. 

I have taken this myself, not rarely. 

LABIDIA, Prov. 
L. originalis, Norton. 

SIOBLA, Cam. 
S. excavata, Norton. 

MACROPHYA, Dahlb. 

M. albomaculata, Norton. 
M. epinota, Say. 
M. externa, Say. 

Taken by Mr. Crane, at Caldwell. 
M. flavicoxse, Norton. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
M. formosa, Klug. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
M. fuliginea, Norton. 
M. goniphora. Say. 
M. incerta, Norton. 

Mr. Cresson has specimens from all surrounding States, and 
the species is almost certain to occur here. 

M. intermedia, Norton. 
M. nigra, Norton. 
M. pannosa. Say. 
M. pulchella, Klug. 

Mr. Cresson has specimens from all surrounding States. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 13 

M. tibiator, Norton. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
M. trisyllaba, Norton. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
M. trosula, Norton, 
M. varia, Norton. 

PACHYPROTASIS, Hartig. 
P. omega, Norton. 

• TAXONUS, Hartig. 
T. albidopictus, Norton. 
T. dubitatus, Norton. 
T. multicolor, Norton. 
T. nigrisoma, Norton, 
T. unicinctus, Norton. 

STRONGYLOGASTBR, Dahlb. 
S, apicalis. Say, 

S. epicera. Say. 

S. mellosus, Norton. 

S. pallidicornis, Norton. 

S. pallipes. Say. 

S. pinguis, Norton. 

S. rufocinctus, Norton. 

S. tacitus. Say. 

S. terminalis. Say. 

TBNTHRBDO, Linn. 
T. angulata, Norton. 

T. angulifera, Norton. 

T. eximia, Norton. 

T. flavomarginis, Norton. 

T. grandis, Norton. 

T. lineata, Prov, 

T. lobata, Norton. 



14 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

T. mellina, Norton. 
T. ruficolor, Norton. 
T. rufipes, Say. 
T. rufopectus, Norton. 

Taken at Caldwell by Mr. Crane ; also in Mr. Cresson's col- 
lection from the State. 

T. rufopediba, Norton. 
T. signata, Norton. 
T. tricolor, Norton. 
T. verticalis, Say. 

TBNTHRBDOPSIS, Costa. 

T. atroviolacea, Norton. 

Mr. Cresson has specimens from New Jersey. 
T. confusa, Norton. 
T. semilutea, Norton. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 



Sub-Family LYDIN^. 

LOPHYRUS, Latr. 
L. abbotii, Leach. 

L. akhurstii, Norton. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. 

L. lecontei, Fitch. 

LYDA, Pabr. 
L. apicalis, Westw. 

L. discolor, Cress. 

L. excavata, Norton. 

L. fasciata, Norton. 

L. inconspicua, Norton. 

L. luteicornis, Norton. 

Li. maculiventris, Norton. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 15 



L. ocreata, Say. 
L. pallimacula, Norton. 
L. plagiata, Klug. 
L. tesselata, Klug, 



X. minor, Norton. 



Sub-Family XYELIN^. 

XYBLA, Dalm. 



Family UROCERIDiE. 

CBPHUS, Latr. 
C abbreviatus, Say. 

C. integer, Norton. 

C trimaculatus, Say. 

ORYSSUS, Latr. 
O. sayi, Westw. 

O. terminalis, Newn. 

XIPHYDRIA, Latr. 
X. abdominalis, Say. 

X. albicornis, Harris. 

X. attenuata, Norton. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

X. tibialis, Say. 

UROCBRUS, Geoff. 
U. abdominalis, Harr. 

U. albicornis, Fabr. 

U. oressoni, Norton. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
U. cyaneus, Fabr. 
U. edwardeii, Brulle. 
U. flavicomis, Fabr. 
U. nigricornis, Fabr. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 



16 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

TREMBX. Jur. 
T. columba, Linn, 

Reported as injaring pear trees during the summer of 1889, 

I have taken it at Greenville and at New Brunswick. It occurs 

all over the State. Common at Caldwell — Crane. 



I. ensiger, Norton. 

I. maculipennis, Hald. 



Family CYNIPID^. 

Snii-Fainily IBALIINJE. 

IB ALIA, Latr. 



Sub-Family CYNIPIN^. 

RHODITBS, Hartig. 
R. bicolor, Harr. 

R. dichlocerus, Harr. 

Taken at Caldwell by Mr. Crane. 

R. ignota, 0. S. 

R. radicum, 0. S. 

R. rosae, Linn, 

R. verna, 0, S. 



D. nebulosus, 0. S. 
D. radicum, Bass, 
D. similis, Bass. 



DIASTROPHUS, Hartig. 



AM PHI BO LI PS, Reinh. 



A. ilicifolise, Bass. 
A. inanis, 0, S. 
A, spongifica, 0. S. 

Taken at Caldwell hy Mr. Crane. 



A. clavula, Bass. 
A. cornigera, 0. S. 
A. seminator, Harris. 
A. chinquapin, Fitch. 
A. fusiformis, O. S. 

A. tubicola, O. S. 

C. batatus, Fitch. 

B. nigra, Fitch. 

L. mammula, Bass. 

H. globulus. Fitch. 
H. rug-osa, Bass. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 17 

ANDRICUS, Hartig-. 



CYNIPS, Linn. 
BIORHIZA, Westw. 
LOXAULUS, Mayr. 
HOLCASPIS, Mayr. 



DRYOPHANTA, Forst. 
D. polita, Bass. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
D. papula, Bass. 
D. ignota, Bass. 

NEUROTBRUS, Hartig. 
N. majalis, Bass. 

N. ealtatorius, H. Edw. 



Sub-Family INQUILIN^. 

PBRICLISTUS, Forst. 

P. sylvestris, 0. S. 

CBROPTRBS, Hartig. 
C. petiolicola, 0. S. 

C. tuber. Fitch. 



IS GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

SYNBRGUS, Hartig. 
S. campanula, 0. S. 

S. dimorphus, 0. S. 

S. laeviventris, 0. S. 

S. lana, Fitch. 

S. lignicola, O. S. 

S. oneratus, Harris. 



A. avenae, Fitch. 
A. tritici, Fitch. 



Sub-Family ALLOTRIIN^. 

ALLOTRIA, Westw. 



B. pedata, Say. 
F. impatiens, Say. 



SuT)-Family TIGITIN^. 

EUCOILA, Westw. 

FIGITES, Latr. 



Family EVANIID^. 

AULACUS, Jur. 



A. fasciatus, Say. 

A. stigmatenis. Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 



FCBNUS, Fabr. 
F. tarsatorius, Say. 

EVANIA, Fabr. 
B. appendig-aster, Linn. 

HYPTIA, Illig. 
H. reticulatum, Say. 

Caldwell — Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 19 

Family ICHXEUMONIDiE. 

Sub-Family ICHNEUMONIN^. 

ICHNEUMON. Linn. 

. acerbus, Cress. 

. agnitus, Cress. 
. annulatus, Prov. 
. annulipes, Cress. 
. apertus, Cress. 
. ater, Cress. 
. azotus, Cress. 
. brevicinctor, Say. 
. brevipennis, Cress. 
. bronteus, Cress. 
. ccBruleus, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
. centrator, Say. 

I have taken this myself within New Jersey. 
. cincticornis, Cress. 
. citrifrons, Cress. 
. comes, Cress. 
. coniptus, Say. 

Taken at Caldwell by Mr. Crane. 
. confirmatus, Cress. 
. consig'natus, Cress. 
. creperus, Cress. 
. devinctor, Say. 
. duplicatus, Say. 

I have taken this myself in the State. 
. extrematatis, Cress. 
. feralis, Cress. 
. flnitimus, Cress. 
. flavicornis, Cress. 

I have taken this myself in the State. 
I. flavizonatus, Cress. 



20 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

funestus, Cress. 
fuecifrons, Cress, 
galenus, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

germanuB, Cress. 

grandis, Brulle. 

helvipes, Cress. 

insolens, Cress. 

instabilis, Cress. 

Specimens from'New Jersey are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

jejunus, Cress. 

jucundus, Brulle. 
. laetus, Brulle. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
. leucanise, Fitch. 
. leviculus, Cress. 
. lewisii, Cress. 

libens, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

. longulus, Cress. 
, maius, Cress. 
. malacus, Say. 

Mr. Cresson has this from New Jersey. 
. merus, Cress. 
. milvus, Cress. 
. mimicus, Cress. 
. mucronatus, Prov. 
. munificus, Cress. 
. nanus, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
. navus, Say. 
. nigratorius, Fabr. 
. orpheus, Cress. 
. otiosus, Say. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 21 

I, paratus, Say. 

I. parvus, Cress. 

I, pepticus, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey and specimens are in Mr. Cresson's 
collection. 

I. pomilius, Prov. 
I. pulcher, Brulle. 
I. residuus, Say. 
I. rubicundus, Cress. 
I. ruflventris, Brulle. 

Specimens from New Jersey are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

I. saucius, Cress. 
I. scitulus, Cress. 
I. seminiger, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

I. sig-natipes, Cress. 

I. sorror, Cress. 

I. subcyaneus, Cress. 

Taken at Caldwell by Mr. Crane. 

I. subdolus, Cress. 
I. sublatus, Cress. 
I. succinctus, Brulle. 

Common at Caldwell. I have taken or seen it everywhere in 
the State. 

I. trogiformis, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

I. unifasciatorius, Say. 

Taken at Caldwell by Mr. Crane. 

I. utilis, Cress. 

I. variegatus, Cress. 

I. velox, Cress. 

Mr. Cresson has it from New Jersey. 

I. versabilis, Cress. 



22 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

I. vescus, Prov. 
I. viola, Cress. 
I. volens, Cress. 
I. -w-album, Cress. 
I. ■wileoni, Cress. 
I. zebratus, Cress. 

HOPLISMBNUS, Grav. 
H. morulus, Say. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 



AMBLYTELES, Wesm. 
A. anceps, Cress. 
A. detritus, Brull6. 

Specimens from New Jersey are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

A. excultus. Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

A. fraternus, Cress. 
A. improvisus, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey, and specimens in Mr. Cresson's 
collection. 

A. indistinctus, Prov. 
A. luctus. Cress. 
A. nubivagus, Cress. 
A. ormenus, Cress. 
A. ruflzonatus, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey, and specimen in Mr. Cresson's 
collection. 

A. semicseruleus. Cress. 
A. subrufus, Cress. 
A. suturalis. Say. 

Taken at Caldwell by Mr. Crane. New Jersey specimens are 
also in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

A. ultue. Cress. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 23 

TROGUS, Grav. 
T. bruUei, Cress. 

T. copei, Cress. 

T. exesorius, BruUe. 

Taken by me in New Jersey. Common near Caldwell — 

Crane. 

T. nubilipennis, Hald. 
T. obsidianator, Brulle. 

I have taken this in New Jersey near Montclair. 

PLATYLABUS, Wesm. 
P. thoracicus, Cress. 

EURYLABUS, ^Wesm. 
E. agilis, Cress. 

PH^OGENES, ^Wesm. • 
P. fungor, Norton. 

P. hebe, Cress. 

P. hebrus, Cress. 

P. helvolus, Cress. 

CENTETERUS, Wesm. 
C. tuberculifrons, Prov. 



COLPOGNATHUS, 'Wesm. 
C. helvus, Cress. 



Sub-Family CRYPTIN^. 

STILPNUS, Grav. 
S. americanus, Cress. 

PHYGADEUON, Grav. 
P. viilgaris, Cress. 



24 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY 

CRYPTUS, Fabr. 
C. alacris, Cress. 

O. americanus, Cress. 

C. contiguus, Cress. 

C. extrematis, Cress. 

C. limatus, Cress. 

C. nuncius, Say. 

C. persimilis, Cress. 

O. semirufus, Brulle. 

C subclavatus, Say. 

MESOSTENUS, Grav. 
M. albomaculatus, Cress. 
M. americanus, Cress. 
M. thoracicus, Cress. 

HEMITELES, Grav. 
H. nemativorus, Walsh. 
H. tenellus, Say. 
H. utilis, Norton. 

APTESIS, Forst. 
A. micropterus, Say. 

PEZOMACHUS, Grav. 
P. dimidiatus, Cress. 

P. gentilis, Cress. 

P. gracilis, Cress. 

P. macer. Cress. 

P. obscurus, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. 

P. unicolor, Cress. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 25 

Sub-Family OPHIONINiE. 

OPHION, Fabr. 
O. bifoveolatum, Brulle. 

O. bilineatum, Say. 

Not common at Caldwell — Crane. Specimens are in Cresson's 

collection from New Jersey. 

O. glabratum, Say. 
O. macrurum, Linn. 

I have taken this in New Jersey myself. Common at Cald- 
well — Crane. 

O. purgatum, Say. 

I have taken this in New Jersey. 



THYREODON, Brulle. 
T. morio, Fabr. 



NOTOTRACHYS, Marsh. 
N. ejuncidus, Say. 

EXOCHILUM, Wesm. 
B. fuscipenne, Norton. 

I have taken this not uncommonly in the State. 
E. mundum, Say. 

Common at Caldwell — Crane. 



HETEROPELMA, "Wesm. 

H. flavicornis, Brulle. 

I have taken this in the State. 
H. datanae, Riley. 

ANOMALON, Grav. 
A. anale, Say. 

A. curtum, Norton. 

A. laterale, Brulle. 

A. metallicum, Norton. 



26 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

A. nigritum, Norton, 
A. nigrorufum, Norton. 
A. prismaticura, Norton. 
A. relictum, Fabr. 
A. semirufum, Norton. 

OPHBLTBS, Holmgr. 
O. glaucopterus, Linn. 



PANISCUS, Grav. 
P. geminatus, Say. 

Common at Caldwell — Crane. 



CAMPOPLBX, Grav. 
C. alius, Norton. 

O. argenteus, Norton. 

C diversus, Norton. 

LIMNERIA, Holm. 
L. compressa, Cresson. 
L. distincta, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. 
L. dubitata, Cress. 
L. flaviricta, Cress. 
L. fugitiva, Say. 
L. major, Cress. 
L. obecura. Cress. 
L. oxylus, Cress. 
L. subrubida, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
L. tibiator, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
L. valida. Cress. 
L. vicina, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 27 

MESOCHORUS, Grav. 

M. americanus, Cress. 
M. luteipes, Cress. 

Recorded in the United States from New Jersey onlj. 
M. melleus, Cress. 
M. obliquus, Cress. 
M. scitulus, Cress. 

THBRSILOCHUS, Holmgr. 
T. conotracheli, Riley. 

EXETASTES, Grav. 

B. scutellaris, Cress. 

CERATOSOMA, Cress. 

C. fasciata, Cress. 



Sub-Family TRYPHONINiE. 

MESOLEPTUS, Grav. 
M. bicolor, Cress. 

M. concolor, Cress. 

Recorded in the United States from New Jersey only. 
M. cultus, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. 
M. decens, Cress. 
M. discolor, Cress. 
M. flavifrons, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. 
M. fucatus, Cress. 
M. honestus, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 



28 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

M. peregrinus, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

M. propinquus, Cress. 

M. sedulus, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

M. unicolor, Cress. 

MESOLBIUS, Holmgr. 
M. submarginatus, Cress. 

TRYPHON, Grav. 
T. aflSnis, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

T. americanus, Cress. 

T. analis, Cress. 

T. capitatus, Cress. 

T. communis, Cress. 

T. pleuralis, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. 

GRYPOCENTRUS, Ruthe. 
G. nasutus, Cress. 

EUCEROS, Grav. 
B. flavescens, Cress. 

POLYBLASTUS, Hartig. 
P. subcrassus, Cress. 

ERROMENUS, Holmgr. 
E. crassus, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

E, dimidiatus, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 29 

CTENISCUS. Hal. 



O. flavicoxsB, Cress. 
C. orbitalis, Cress. 

BXYSTON, Schiodte. 
E. clavatus, Cress. 

EXOCHOIDES, Cress. 
E. trifasciata, Cress. 

EXOCHUS, Grav. 
B. dorsalis, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. 
E. fulvipes, Cress. 
B. propinquus, Cress. 
B. semirufus, Cress. 

BASSUS, Grav. 

B. agilis, Cress. 

B. frontalis, Cress. 

B. sycophanta, Walsh. 

MBTOPIUS, Grav. 
M. pollinctorius, Say. 



Sub-Family PIMPLINiE. 

AROTES, Grav. 
A. amoenus, Cress. 

A. decorus, Say. 

A. venustus, Cress. 

RHYSSA, Grav. 
R. albomaculata, Cr. 

Mr. Cresson's collection contains New Jersey specimens. 
R. persuasoria, Linn. 



30 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

THALBSSA, Holm^. 
T. atrata, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. Caldwell — Crane. 

T. lunator, Fabr. 

Less common, but equally wide-spread. 

T. nitida, Cress. 

Has been taken on the Palisades near Fort Lee. 

T. nortonii, Cress. 

Rare at Caldwell — Crane. 

EPHIALTES, Grav. 
B. albipes, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
B. irritator, Fabr. 
E. rex, Kriech. 
B. tuberculatus, Fourc. 

THBRONIA, Holmgr. 
T. melanocephala, Brulle. 

PIMPLA, Fabr. 
P. alboricta, Cress. 

P. annulicornis, Cress. 

P. annulipes, Brulle. 

I have taken this in New Jersey. Caldwell — Crane. 
P. conquisitor, Say. 

I have taken this in New Jersey. 

P. indagatrix, Walsh. 

P. inquisitor, Say. 

I have seen this from the State. Not common at Caldwell- 
Crane. 

P. notanda. Cress. 

Recorded from the State. Specimens with Mr. Cresson. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 31 

P. pedalis, Cress. 

Rare at Caldwell — Crane. 
P. picticomis, Cress. 

Recorded from tbe State. Specimens in Collection Cresson. 
P. rufopectus, Cress. 
P. rufovariata, Cress. 

Recorded from the State. Specimens with Mr. Cresson. 
P. scriptifrons, Cress. 
P. tenuicornis, Cress. 

Specimens from New Jersey are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
P. pterelas, Say. 

Specimens from New Jersey are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 

POLYSPHINCTA, Grav. 
P. limata, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

GLYPTA, Grav. 
G. animosa, Cress. 

G. erratica, Cress. 

G. rufiscutsUaris, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
G. scitula, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. Specimen in Mr. Cresson's 
collection. 

G. siraplicipes, Cress. 
G. vulgaris, Cress. 

Specimens from New Jersey are in the Cresson collection. 



ARENBTRA, Holmgr. 
A. ni^ita, Walsh. 

A. ven trails, Cress. 



CYLLOOBRIA, Schiodte. 
C, occidentalis, Cress. 



32 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

LAMPRONOTA, Curtis. 
L. agilis, Cress. 

L. americana, Cress. 

L. insita, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. Specimens with Mr. Cressou. 
L. occidentalis, Cress. 
L. parva, Cress. 
L. pleuralis, Cress. 
L. pulchella, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. Specimens with Mr. Cresson. 
L. punctulata, Cress. 
L. rubrica, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 
L. tegularis, Cress. 
L. varia, Cress. 

MENISCUS, Schiodte. 
M. elegans, Cress. 

M. mirabilis, Cress. 

M. scutellaris, Cress. 

PHYTODIBTUS, Qrav. 
P. distinctus, Cress. 
P. vulgaris, Cress. 

BUXORIDES, Cress. 
E. americanus. Cress. 

XYLONOMUfe. Grav. 
X. albopictus. Cress. 
X. stigmapterus. Say. 

ODONTOMERUS, Grav. 
O. bicolor, Cress. 
O. mellipes. Say. 

New Jersey specimens are in Collection Cresson. 



L. grallator, Say. 
G. angnina, Cress. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 33 

LABENA, Cress. 
GROTBA, Cress. 



M. rufipes, Say. 



Family STEPHANID^. 

MEQI3CHU3, Brull^. 



B. dichrous, BruUt'. 
B. erythrogaster, Brullc. 
B. eurygaster, Biulle. 
B. ligator, Say. 
B. pectinator, Say. 
B. simplex, Cress. 



Family BRACONIDiE. 

Sub-Family BRACONINiE. 

BRACON, Fabr. 



H. lyctl, Cress. 

H. miniraus, Cress. 

H. utilis, Cress. 



Sub-Family HECABOLINJE. 

HBOABOLUS, Curtis 



Sufc-Family RHOGADIN^. 

RHOGAS, Nees. 
R. abdominalis, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 



34 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

R. aciculatus, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are iu the Cresson collection. 
"R. burrus, Cress. 
R. intermedius, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 
R, lectus, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 
R. terminalis, Cress. 

Taken at Caldwell — Crane. 



Sub-Family SIGALPHINiE. 

SIGALPHUS, Latr. 



S. curculionis, Fitch. 



P. tibialis, Hald. 

C. basilaris, Say. 
O. lunatus, Hald. 
C Bericeus, Say. 
G. sobrinus, Hald. 

S. bicolor, Cress. 



Sub-Family CHELONIN.X. 

PHANEROTOMA, Wesm. 

CHBLONUS, Jur. 



SPH^ROPYX, Hal. 



Sub-Family MICROGASTERIN.X. 

APANTELBS, Poret. 
A. acronyctae, Riley. 

I have bred this species during the present (1889) season. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 35 



A. carpatus, Say. 
A. con?reg-atus, Say. 

Occurs in New Jersey quite commonly. 
A. limenitidis, Riley. 



MICROPLITIS, Forst. 
M. g-ortynse, Riley. 

MICROGASTBR, Latr. 
M. oleracea, Taylor. 



Sub-Family AOATHIDINJi:. 

AGATHIS, Latr. 
A. haematodes, Brulle. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 
A. liberator, Brulle. 
A. semirubra, Brulle. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 
A. vulgaris, Cress. 

Cald well — Crane. 

BARINUS, Wesm. 
E. limitaris, Say. 

MICRODUS, Nees. 
M. annulipes, Cress. 

M, earinoides, Cress. 

M. imitatus, Cress. 

Specimens from New Jersey are with Mr. Cresson. 
M. simillimus, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 



Sub-Family EUPHORINJE. 

EUPHORUS, Nees. 
B. mellipes, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. Specimens in the Cresson col- 
lection. 



36 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Sub-Family METEORINJE. 

MBTEORUS, Hal. 
M. communis, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. Specimens with Mr. Cresson. 

M. dimidiatus, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cressou's collection. 

M. pallitarsis, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. Specimens with Mr. Cresson. 
M. vulgaris. Cress. 

Specimens from New Jersey are in the Cresson collection. 



Snb-Family CALYPTINJE. 

BUBADIZON, Nees. 
E. americanus, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

CALYPTUS, Hal. 
C. major, Cress. 

O. tibiator, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. Specimens with Mr. Cresson. 



Su1b-Family TOXONEURINJE. 

TOXONEURA, Say. 



T. populator. Say. 
T. tibiator, Say. 



Sub-Family HELCONINiE. 

HELCON, Nees. 
H. dentipes, Brulle. 

QYMNOSCELUS, Porst. 
Q. americanus, Cress. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 37 



Sub-Family MACROCENTRIN^. 



MACROCBNTRUS, Curtis. 
M. delicatus, Cress. 



Sub-Family APHIDIINiE. 

PRAON, Hal. 
P. avenaphis, Fitch. 

P. polygonaphis, Fitch. 

P. viburnaphis, Fitch. 

TOXARES, Westw. 
T. triticaphis, Fitch. 

TRIOXYS, Hal. 

T. cerasaphis, Fitch. 

T. populaphis, Fitch. 
T. Balicaphis, Fitch. 

APHIDIUS, Nees. 
A, lactucaphis, Fitch. 



Family CHALCIDID^. 

Sub-Family LEUCOSPIDINJE. 

LBUCOSPIS, Fabr. 
L. aflBnis, Say. 

Caldwell — Crane. Specimens in the Cresson collection, from 
New Jersey. 

L. integra, Hald. 

L. shuckardi, Westw. 



S. bracata, Sanb. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane 



Sub-Family CHALCIDINJE. 

SMICRA, Spin. 



38 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

S. igneoides, Kirby. 
S. maculata, Fabr. 
S. mariae, Riley. 
S. microgaster, Say. 
S. nigrifex, Wlk. 
S. tourina, Cress. 

CHALCIS. Fabr. 
C. flavipes, Fabr. 

New Jersey specimens are in Collection Cresson. 

PHASGONOPHORA, Westw. 
P. sulcata, Westw. 



Sub-Family PERILAMPIN^. 

PBRILAMPUS, Latr, 



P. hyalinus, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
P. triangularis, Say. 
P. violaceous, Dalm. 



Sab-Family £URYTOMIN.a:. 

EURYTOMA, lllig. 
E. diastrophi, Walsh. 

E. lanulse, Fitch. 

B. studiosa, Say. 

DECATOMA, Spin. 
D. hyalipennis, Walsh. 
D. varians, Walsh. 

ISOSOMA, Walk. 
I. hordei, Harr. 

I. tritici, Riley. 

I. vitis, Saund. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 39 

Sub-Family TORYMINJE. 

DIOMORUS, Wlk. 



D. zabriskii, Cress. 

TORYMUS, Dalm. 
T. sea, Wlk. 

T. chrysochlora, 0. S. 

T. harrisii, Fitch. 

T. tubicola, 0. S. 



B. allynii, French. 



Sub-Family EUPELMIN-S:. 

EUPELMUS, Dalm. 



Sub-Family ENCYRTINJE. 

RHOPUS, Forst. 
R. coccois, Smith. 

APHYCUS, Mayr. 

A. brunneus, Howard. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. 

ENCYRTUS, Dalm. 
E. bucculatricis, Howard, 

B. turni, Pack. 

COPIDOSOMA, Rate. 
0. gelechiae, Howard. 

C. intermedium, Howard. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
C. truncatellum, Dalm. 

CHILONEURUS, Westw. 
O. albicornis, Howard. 



40 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 



O. ater, Howard. 
C. lecanii, Fitch. 



Sub-Family APHELININ^. 

COCCOPHAGUS. Westw. 



APHBLINUS, Dalm. 
A. irali, Hald. 

A. mytilaspidis, Le B. 



Sub-Family PIRENIN^. 

MACROGLENBS, Westw. 
M. querci-globuli, Fitch. 
M. querci-pisi, Fitch. 



Sub-Family TRIDYMIN-ffi. 

SEMIOTELLUS, Westw. 
S. chalcidephagus, Walsh. 
S. clisiocampae, Fitch. 



Sub-Family SP ALANGIN-flE. 

SPALANGIA, Latr. 



Q. querci-lansB, Fitch. 



Sub-Family PTEROMALIN^. 

MBRISUS, Wlk. 
M. destructor, Say. 

PTEROMALUS, Swed. 
P. gelechiae, Wehst. 

P. onerati, Fitch. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 41 



P. puparum, Linn. 

P. querci-pilulse, Fitch. 

P. tabacum, Fitch. 



Sub-Family ELACHISTINJE. 

EUPLECTRUS, Westw. 
B. catocalae, Howard. 
E. comstockii, Howard. 
B. plathypenae, Howard. 



Sub-Family EULOPHIN^. 

EULOPHUS, GeoflF. 



B. theclsB, Pack. 



Sub-Family TRICHOGRAMMINiE. 

TBICHOQRAMMA, Westw. 



T. fraterna, Fitch. 
T. odontotsB, Howard. 
T. orgyise, Fitch. 
T. pretiosa, Riley. 



Family PROCTOTRUPIDiE. 

Sub-Family BETHYLINiE. 

SCLEROCHROA, Forst. 



S. thoracic a, Westw. 



Sub-Family CERAPHRONINiE. 

CERAPHRON, Jur. 



C. triticum, Taylor. 



42 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 



Sub-Family SCELIONIN^. 

TELBNOMUS, Hal. 



T. bifidus, Riley. 
T. orgyiae, Fitch. 



P. error, Fitch. 



Sub-Family PLATYGASTRINiE. 

PLATYGASTBR, Latr. 



Sub-Family MTMARIN-«:. 

AMITUS, Hald. 

A. aleurodinus, Hald. 

ERETMOCBRUS, Hald. 

B. corni, Hald. 



C. polita, Say. 

D. apicalis, Say. 



Sub-Family DIAPRIN^. 

COPTBRA, Say. 

DIAPRIA, Latr. 



Family PELECINIDiE. 

PBLBCINUS, Latr. 
P. polyturator, Dru. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Occurs throughout New Jersey 
quite commonly. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 43 

Family CHRYSIDID^. 

Sub-Family ELAMPINJE. 

OMALUS, Panz. 



O. coruscans, Norton. 
O. iridescens, Norton. 
O. Iseviventris, Cress. 
O. sinuosus, Say. 

NOTOZUS, Porst. 
N. marginatus, Patton. 

N. viridicyaneus, Norton. 

HEDYCHRIDIUM, Perrin. 

H. dimidiatum, Say. 

H. viride, Cress. 

HEDYCHRUM, Latr. 
H. obsoletum, Say. 

H. violaceum, BruUe. 



Sub-Family CHRYSIDIN^. 

CHRYSIS, Linn. 
O. ccBruleans, Fabr. 

New Jersey specimens are with Mr. Cresson. 
O. frey-geesneri, Grib. 
C hilaris, Dahlb. 
C. insequidens, Dahlb. 
C. intricata, Brulle. 
C. nitidula, Fabr. 
O. nortoni, Aaron. 
C. parvula, Fabr. 

Not common at Caldwell — Crane. 
C. smaragdula, Fabr, 
0. tota, Aaron. 
C. verticalis, Patton. 



44 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Family FORMICID^. 

CAMPONOTUS, Mayr. 
O. atriceps, Smith. 

C. castaneus, Latr. 

Cald well — Crane. 
C. esuriens, Smith. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
O. herculaneus, Smith. 

Cald well — Crane, 
C. lateralis, Latr. 
C. marginatus, Latr. 

Cald well — Crane. 
C. pubescens, Fabr, 
C. sylvaticus, 01 i v. 

POLYERGUS, Latr. 
P. lucidus, Mayr. 

FORMICA, Linn. 
F. exsectoides, Forel. 

F. fusca, Linn. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
F. gnava, Buck. 
F. gracilis, Buck. 
F. integra, Nyl. 

Caldwell — Crane. Also in Cresson collection. 
F. occidentalis, Buck. 
F. pallidefulva, Latr. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
F. pratensis, De G. 
F. rufa, Linn. 

Caldwell, comraoii — Crane. I have seen this not uncommon 
throughout the State. 

F. sanguinea, Latr. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 45 



P. schaufussi, Mayr. 

Caldwell, common — Craue. 
P. truncicola, Nyl. 

LASIUS, Pabr. 
L. brunneus, Latr. 

L. claviger, Roger. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
L. flavus, De G. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
L. interjectue, Mayr. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
L. niger, Linn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
L. umbratus, Nyl. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



BRACHYMYRMEX, Mayr. 
B. heeri, Forel. 

PRENOLEPIS. Mayr. 
P. nitens, Mayr. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
P. vividula, Nyl. 

DORYMYRMBX, Mayr. 
D. pyraraicus, Roger. 

TAPINOMA, Forst. 
T. sessile, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



DOLICHODERUS, Lund. 
D. marise, Forel. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
D. postulatus, Mayr. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 



46 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Family POXERIDiE. 

PONERA, Latr. 
P. contracta, Latr. 

P. gilva, Roger. 

P. pennsylvanica, Buck. 



DISCOTHYRBA, Roger. 
D. testacea, Roger. 

AMBLYOPONB, Erich. 
A. pallipes, Hald. 



Family MYRMICID^. 

ATTA, Fabr. 
A. tardigrada, Buck. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

APH^ NOG ASTER, Mayr. 
A. fulva, Roger. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
A. pennsylvanica, Buck. 
A. treatse, Forel. 

Recorded from New Jersey. Specimen with Mr. Cresson. 

POQONOMYRMEX, Mayr. 
P. transversus, Mayr. 

Caldwell — Crane. Heretofore only recorded from Florida 
and Georgia. 

MYRMICA, Latr. 
M. dimidiata, Say. 

M. leevinodis, Nyl. 

M. oppoBita, Say. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 47 



M. punctiventris, Roger. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
M. scabrinodis, Nyl. 

Cald wel 1 — Crane. 
M. sulcinodis, Nyl. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

TETRAMORIUM, Mayr. 
T. caespitum, Linn. 

STENAMMA, Westw. 
S. neoarcticum, Mayr. 

MYRMBOINA, Curtis. 
M. latreillii, Curtis. 

MONOMORIUM, Mayr. 
M. minutura, Mayr. 

M. molesta, Say. 

M. pharaonis, Linn. 

PHEIDOLB, Westw. 
P. morrisi, Forel. 

P. pennsylvanica, Roger. 

P. vinelandica, Forel. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

SOLBNOPSIS, Westw. 
S. debilis, Mayr. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
S. fugax, Latr. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
8. madara, Roger. 
S. sulfurea, Roger. 

CREMASTOGA8TER, Lund. 
C. Iseviuscula, Mayr. 
C. lineolata, Say. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
C. scutellaris, 01 iv. 



48 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Family MUTILLID^. 

MUTILLA, Linn. 
M. bifasciata, Swed. 

M. dubitata, Smith. 

Westville — Cresson. 
M. hexagona, Say. 
M. ornativentris, Cress. 

Westville — Cresson. 
M. rufa, St. Farg. 
M. scrupea, Say. 
M. thoracica, Blake. 

SPH^ROPHTHALMA, Blake. 
S. balteola, Blake. 
S. canadensis, Blake. 

W^estville — Cresson. 
S. cyprie, Blake. 

Westvi lie — Cresson. 
S. fenestrata, St. Farg. 
S. ferrugata, Fabr. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Westville — Cresson. 
S. macra, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. It has 
heretofore been recorded from Texas only. 
S. mutata, Blake. 

West V ille — Cress on . 
S. occidentalis, Linn. 

Westville — Cresson. 
S. pennsylvanica, St. Farg. 
S. scsevola, Blake. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Westville — Cresson. 
S. simillima, Smith. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



MYRMOSA, Latr. 
M. unicolor, Say. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 49 

Family SCOLIIDiE. 

TIPHIA, Fabr. 
T. inornaia, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. New Brunswick"; uot common. 

MYZINB, Latr. 
M. ephippium, Fabr. 

M. hsemorrhoidalis, Fabr. 

M. interrupta, Say. 

Westville — Cresson. 
M. margin ata, Say. 
M. obscura, Fabr. 

Westville — Cresson. 
M. sexcincta, Fabr. 

I have taken this commonly in New Jersey. 

SCOLIA, Fabr. 
S. bicincta, Fabr. 

Westville — Cresson . 
S. dubia, Say. 

Westville — Cresson. 
S. nobilitata, Fabr. 

ELIS, Fabr. 
E. plumipes, Dm. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
E. quadrinotata, Fabr. 

New Jersey specimens are in Mr. Cresson's collection. 
E. trifasciata, Fabr. 



Family POMPILID^. 

POMPILUS, Fabr. 



P. aethiops, Cress. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 

D 



50 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

p. americanus, Beauv. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

'P. atramentarius, Dahlb. 
P. atrox, Dahlb. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 

P. biguttatus, Fabr. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 

P. bipartitus, St. Farg. 
P. brevicornis, Cress. 
P. cylindricus, Cress. 
P. ephippiger, Smith. 
P. ferrugineus, Say. 
P. funereus, St. Farg. 
P. humilis, Cress. 
P. ingenuus, Cress. 
P. interruptus, Cress. 
P. marginatus, Say. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 

P. maurus, Cress. 

P. philadelphicus, St. Farg. 

P. scelestus, Cress. 

P. subviolaceus, Cress. 

P. tenebrosus, Cress. 

P. tropicus, Linn. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 

P. virginiensis, Cress. 

PRIOCNEMIS, Schiodte. 
P. alienatus, Smith. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 

P. conicus, Say. 
P. fortis, Cress. 
P. fulvicornis, Cress. 
P. germanus, Cress. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 51 

P. maculipennis, Smith. 
P. nebulosus, Dahlb. 
P. pompilius, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. Specimens in Collection Cresson. 
P. subopacuB, Cress. 
P. unifasciatus, Say. 

AGBNIA. Schiodte. 
A. architecta, Say. 

A. bombycina, Cress. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
A. calcarata, Cress. 
A. iridipennis, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
A. mellipes, Say. 
A. pulchripennis. Cress. 

PLANICEPS, Latr. 
P. nigrer, Cress. 

CBROPALBS, Latr. 
C. bipunctata, Say. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

C. fraterna. Smith. 

C. longipes. Smith. 

PEPSIS, Pabr. 

P. elegans, St. Farg. 



A. arvensis, St. Farg. 
A. conditor, Smith. 
A. gracilis, St. Farg. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



Family SPHECID^. 

AMMOPHILA, Kirby. 



52 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

A. gryphus, Smith. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
A. intercepta, St. Farg. 

Westville — Cresson. 
A. procera, Klug. 
A. urnaria, Klug. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
A. violaGeipennie, St. Farg. 

PBLOFCEUS, Latr. 
P. cementarius, Dru. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Westville — Cresson. 

CHALYBION, Dahlb. 
C. cseruleum, Linn. 

CHLORION, Latr. 
C. cseruleum, Dru. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

ISODONTIA, Fatton. 

I. philadelphica, St. Farg. 

Caldwell — Crane. Westville — Cresson. 
I. tibalis, St. Farg. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. Westville — Cresson. 



SPHBX, Linn. 
S. crcBSUS, St. Farg. 

S. dimidiata, St. Farg. 
S. ichneumonea, Linn. 

Common everywhere in New Jersey. Caldwell — Crane. 

S. instabilis, Smitli. 

S. pennsylvanica, Linn. 

Common everywhere in New Jersey. 
S. violaceipennis, St. Farg. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 53 

PRIONONYX, Dahlb. 



P. atrata, St. Farg. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 

P. thomae, Fabr. 

Westville — Cresson , 



Family AMPULICID^. 

RHINO PSIS, Westw. 



R. canaliculata, Say. 



Family LARRIDiE. 

ASTATA, Latr. 
A, bicolor, Saj'. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 

A. unicolor, Say. 

Westville — Cresson. 



LYRODA, Say. 
L. subita, Say. 

Westville — Cresson. 



LARRA, Latr. 
L. analis, Fabr. 

L. argentata, Beauv. 

Westville — Cresson. 

L. distincta, Smith. 

Westville — Cresson . 

L. pennsylvanica, Beauv. 
Westville — Cresson . 

L. terminata, Smith. 



54 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

TACHYTBS, Panz. 
T. aurulentus, Fabr. 

T. distinctus, Smith. 

T. mandibularie, Patton. 

Westville — Cresson. 



Family BEMBECID^. 

SPHBCIUS, Dahlb. 
S. specioBUS, Dru. 

Not uncommon throughout New Jersey. Caldwell, common 

— Crane. 

STIZUS, Latr. 
S. servillii, St. Farg. 

BEMBEX, Fabr. 
B. americana, Fabr. 

B. fasciata, Fabr, 

MICROBBMBBX, Patton. 
M. monodonta, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

MONEDULA. Latr. 
M. Carolina, Fabr. 

M quadrifasciata. Say. 

M. ventralie, Say. 



Family NYSSONID^. 

GORYTES, Latr. 
Q. nebulosus, Pack. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

HOPLISUS, St Farg. 
H. fulvipennis, Smith. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 55 

EUSPONGUS, St. Farg. 
B. bipunctatus, Say. 

ALYSON, Jur. 
A. melleue, Say. 

Recorded from New Jersey. Specimens in Cresson collection 

A. oppositus, Say. 

Westville — Cresson. 

NYSSON, Latr. 
N. lateralis, Pack. 

N. opulentus, Gerts. 



Family PHILANTHIDiE. 

PHILANTHUS, Fabr. 
P. barbatus, Smith. 
P. bilunatus, Cress. 
P. dubius, Cress. 
P. politus, Say. 

Westville — Cresson. 
P. punctatus. Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Westville — Cresson. 
P. eolivagus, Say. 
P. ventilabris, Cress. 

EUCBRCERIS, Cress. 
E. laticeps, Cress. 

B. zonatue, Say. 

CERCERIS, Latr. 

C. bicornuta, Guer. 

C. clypeata, Dahlb. 
C. compacta, Cress. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
C. dentrifrons, Cress. 



56 GEOLOGICAL SQRVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

C. deserta, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Common everywhere iu the 
State. 
C. fumipennis, Say. 

Westville — Cresson. 

C. venator, Cress. 

Westville — Cresson. Other specimens in Cressou collection, 
from other parts of New Jersey. 



Family MIMESID^. 

MIMES A, Shuck. 
M. cressonii, Pack. 

Recorded from New Jersey. Specimens in the Cressou col- 
lection. 
M. denticulata, Pack. 
M. pauper, Pack. 

Westville — Cresson. 

PSBN, Latr. 
P. leucopus, Say. 

P. niger, Pack. 



Family PEMPHREDONIDiE. 

SPILOMENA, Shuck. 
S. pusilla, Say. 

• STIGMUS, Jur. 

S. americanus, Pack. 

S. fraternus, Say. 

CBMONUS, Jur. 
C inornatus, Pack. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 57 

PBMPHRBDON, Latr. 



P. concolor, Say. 
p. marginatus, Say. 

PASSALCECUS, Shuck. 
P. annulatus, Say. 

P. mandibularis. Cress. 



Family CRABROXIDiE. 

TRY POXY LON, Latr. 
T. clavatum, Say. 

T. frigidum, Smith. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 
T. pennsylvanicum, Sauss. 
T. politum, Say. 

Caldwell — Crane. Westville — Cresson. 
T. rubrocinctum, Pack. 

Westville — Cresson . 
T. tridentatum, Pack. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

RHOPALUM, Kirby 
R. pedicellatum, Pack. 

CRABRO, Fabr. 
C. ater, Cress. 

C. brunneipeB, Pack. 

C. chrysarginus, St. Farg. 

C. decim-maculatus, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

C. denticulatus, Pack. 
C. effossus, Pack. 
C. frigidu?, Smith. 



58 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

O. interruptus, St. Farg. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cressoo collection. 
C. maculatus, Fabr. 
C. obscurus, Smith. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 
C. pauper, Pack. 
O. producticollis, Pack. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. Specimens in the Cresson 
collection. 

O. quadrangularis, Pack. 
O. sex-maculatus, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
C. singularis, Smith. 

Westville — Cresson . 
C. stirpicola, Pack. 

Recorded from New Jersey by Packard. Specimens in the 
Cresson collection. 

0. trapezoideus, Pack. 

Westville— Cresson. 
C. villosifrons, Pack. 

Recorded from New Jersey by Packard. Specimens in the 
Cresson collection. 

THYRBOPUS, St. Farg. 
T. advenus, Smith. 

T. cribrellifer, Pack. 

T. latipes, Smith. 

T. tumidus,* Pack. 

Westville — Cresson. 

ANACRABRO, Pack. 
A. ocellatus, Pack. . 

Westville — Cresson. 



OXYBBLUS, Latr. 
O. emarginatus, Say. 

Specimens from New Jersey are in the Cresson collection. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 59 

O. mucronatus, Pack. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
O. quadri-notatus, Say. 

Specimens from New Jersey are in the Cresson collection. 



Family ZUMENID-ffi. 

ZETHU3, Fabr. 
Z. spinipes, Say. 

Caldwell — Crane. 

EUMBNBS, Latr. 
B. agilis, Sauss. 

B. fraternus, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
B. globulosus, Sauss. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 

MONOBIA, Sauss. 
M. quadridens, Linn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

NORTONIA, Sauss. 
N. symmorpha, Sauss. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 

ODYNBRUS, Latr. 
O. albomarginatus, Sauss. 
O. albophaleratus, Sauss. 
Westville — Cresson. 
O. annulatus, Say. 
O. anormis, Say. 
O. arvensis, Sauss. 
O. birenimaculatus, Sauss. 
O. boscii, St. Farg. 



60 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

O. fcampestris, Sauss. 
O. capra, Sauss. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
O. conformis, Sauss. 
O. debilis, Sauss. 
O. dorsalis, Sauss, 
O. foraminatus, Sauss. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. Westville — Cre.sson. 
O. fulvipes, Sauss. 
O. huro, Sauss. 
O. leucomelas, Sauss. 
O. megaera, St. Farg, 

Cald well — Crane. 
O. pedestris, Sauss. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
O. pennsylvanicus, Sauss. 

Westville — Cresson. 
O. perennis, Sauss. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 
O. philadelphise, Sauss. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
O. quadrisectus, Say. 
O. spinolae, Sauss. 
O. tigris, Sauss. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. Westville — Cresson. 
O. turpis, Sauss. 
O. unifasciatus, Sauss. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
O. vagus, Sauss. 



P. annularis, Linn. 
P. instabilis, Sauss. 



Family VESPID^ffi. 

POLISTBS, Latr. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 61 

P. metricus, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Craue. Common everywhere in the 
State. 
P. nestor, Fabr. 

P. pallipes, St. Farg. 

Common everywhere in the State. 

'P. rubiginosus, St. Farg. 

P. variatus, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 

VBSPA, Linn. 
V. arenaria, Fabr. 

V. borealis, Kirby. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
V. crabro, Linn. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 

V. Carolina, Dru. 

V. communis, Sauss. 

V. cuneata, Fabr. 

V. diabolica, Sauss. 

Westville — Cresson. 

V. germanica, Fabr. 

I have taken this everywhere in New Jersey. Caldwell, 
common — Crane. 
V. infernalis, Sauss. 

V. maculata, Linn. 

Common everywhere in the State. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

V. pennsylvanica, Sauss. 

V. serripes, Fabr. 

V. vidua, Sauss. 

Westville — Cresson. 
V. vulgaris, Linn. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 



62 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Family ANDRENIDiE. 

COLLBTBS, Latr. 
C. americana, Cress. 

C. compacta, Cress. 

C. insequalis, Say. 

C. propinqua, Cress. 

O. valida, Cress. 

PRO 30 PIS, Fabr. 
P. aflanis, Smith. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
P. antennata, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. 
P. modestus, Say. 
P. sparsa, Cress. 
P. verticalis, Cress. 

SPHBCODBS, Latr. 
S. arvensis, Patton. 

S. dichroa. Smith. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
S. falcifer, Patton. 

HALICTUS, Latr. 
H. albitarsis, Cress. 

H. imitatus, Smith. 
H. ligatus, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
H. pilosus, Smith. 

AUGOCHLORA, Smith. 
A. fervida, Smith. 

A. purus, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

A. vividula, Smith. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 



63 



AGAPOSTBMON, Smith. 
A. nigricornis, Fabr. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
A. pulchra, Smith. 
A. radiatus, Say. 
A. sericea, Forst. 



A. fimbriata, Smith. 
A. fragilis. Smith. 
A. hilaris, Smith. 
A. Integra, Smith. 
A. perplexa, Smith. 
A. placida, Smith. 
A. simplex, Smith. 
A. valida, Say. 

C. americana, Smith. 



ANDRBNA, Fabr. 



CILISSA, Leach. 



Family APID-ffi. 

CALLIOPSIS, Smith. 
C. andreniformis, Smith. 
O. pauper, Cress. 

PBRDITA, Smith. 
P. octomaculata. Say. 

Westville — Cresson. New Jersey specimens also in Cresson 
collection. 

NOMAD A, Fabr. 
N. afiFabilis, Cress. 

N. articulata, Smith. 

N. bisignata, Say. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 



64 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

N. electa, Cress. 
N. festiva, Cress. 

Recorded from New Jersey only. SpecimcES in Collection 
Cresson. 
N. imbricata, Smith. 
N. incerta, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 
N. luteola, St. Farg. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 
N. modesta, Cress. 
N. placida, Cress. 
N. ruficornis, Linn. 
N. texana, Cress. 

West ville — Cresson . 
N. torrida, Smith. 
N. vespiformis, Forst. 
N. vincta, Say. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 

BPEOLUS, Latr. 
B. concavus, Cress. 
B. donatus, Smith. 

Westville — Cresson. 
E. fumipennis, Say. 
B. lunatus, Say. 

Westville — Cresson. Also in Cresson collection, from New 
Jersey. 

B. mercatus, Fabr. 
E. remigatus, Fabr. 

Westville — Cresson. 

CCBLIOXYS, Latr. 

C. alternata, Say. 

C. altilis, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 65 

C. dubitata, Smith. 

C. lateralis, Cress. 

C lucrosa, Cress. 

C. modesta, Smith. 

C. moesta, Cress. 

C. 8-dentata, Say. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

C. rufltarsis, Smith. 
C, sodalis, Cress. 

OSMIA, Panz. 
O. albiventris, Cress. 

Caldwell — Crane. New Jersey specimens are in Collection 
Cresson. 

O. atriventris, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in Collection Cresson. 

O. cognata, Cress. 
O. faceta, Cress. 
O. frigida, Smith. 
b. latitarsis, Cress. 
O. lignaria, Say. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. New Jersey specimens are in Collec- 
tion Cresson. 

O. purpurea, Cress. 

O. rustica. Cress. 

O. vicina. Cress. 

O. similliraa, Smith. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



HERIADES, Spin. 
H. carinatum, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in Collection Cre-son. 
H. variolosum, Cress. 



66 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

ALCIDAMEA, Cress. 
A. producta, Cress. 

Caldwell — Crane. New Jersey specimens are in Collection 

Cresson. 

ANTHIDIUM, Fabr. 
A. notatum, Latr. 

New Jersey specimens are in Collection Cresson. 

MEGACHILE, Latr. 
M. addenda, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 
M. brevis, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
M. exilis, Cress. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 
M. frigida, Smith. 

Westville — Cresson. 

M. latimanus, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Westville — Cresson. 
M. melanophaea, Smith. 

Westvil le — Cresson. 
M. mendica, Cress. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. Westville — Cresson. 

M. montivag-a, Cress. 
M. morio, Smith. 
M. optiva, Cress. 
M. perbrevis. Cress. 

New Jersey specimens of this species, heretofore recorded only 
from Texas, are in the Cresson collection. 

M. pruina, Smith. 
M. pugnata, Say. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 
M. relativa, Cress. 
M. sayi, Cress, 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 67 

CERATINA, Latr. 
C. dupla, Say. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. Westville — Cresson. 

MBLISSODES, Latr. 
M. aurigenia, Cress. 

M. bimaculata, St. Farg. 

Westville, common — Cresson. 
M. compta. Cress. 

Westville — Cresson. 
M. dentiventris, Smith. 
M. desponsa, Smith. 

New Jersey specimens are in the Cresson collection. 
M. obliqua, Saj. 
M. pennsylvanica, St. Farg. 
M. rustica, Say. 

Westville — Cresson. 

XENOGLOSSA, Smith, 
X. pruinosa, Say. 

EMPHOR, Patton. 
E. bombifonnis, Cress. 

ENTECHNIA, Patton. 
B. taurea, Say. 

ANTHOPHORA, Latr. 
A. abrupta, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
A. bomboides, Kirby. 
A. pyralitarsis, Doars. 

XYLOCOPA, Latr. 
X. virginica, Dru. ' 

Common all over the State. 



68 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

APATHUS, Newn. 
A. ashtoni, Cress. 

Caldwell — Crane. 

A. citrinus, Smith. 

A. elatus, Fabr. 

Caldwell — Crane. 

A. laboriosus, Fabr. 

Caldwell — Crane. 

BOMBUS, Latr. 

B. affinis, Cress. 

Greenwood Lake, rare — Crane. 

B. borealis, Kirby. 

B. carolinus, Linn. 

B. consimilis, Cress. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 

B. fervidus, Fabr. 

B. pennsylvanicus, De G. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

B. ridingsii, Cress. 

B. separatus, Cress. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

B. ternarius, Say. 

B. terricola, Kirby. 

B. vagans, Smith. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

B. virginicus, Oliv. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

APIS, Linn. 
A. mellifica, Linn. 

Common everywhere in New Jersey. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 69 



Order COLEOPTERA. 

Family CICINDFLIDiE. 

CICINDELA, Linn. 
C. unipunctata, Fabr. 

Atco, Woodstown, rare — Liebeck. Gloucester county, rare — 
Wenzel. 

C. modesta, Dej. 

Gloucester, Camden and Atlantic counties, locally common — 
Wenzel. Gloucester, Egg Harbor, moderately abundant — Lie- 
beck. Brigantine Beach, mainland — Hamilton. Newark. I 
have taken it at Greenville, and in Ocean county. The species 
is very local, but usually not rare where it occurs. It appears 
in May, and again in September. 

C. sex^uttata, Fabr. 

Gloucester, Camden and Atlantic counties, common — Wenzel. 
Generally distributed — Liebeck. Newark. Madison. This 
species occurs rather commonly all over the State, and frequents 
woods rather than open sand. 

Var. consentanea, Dej. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, mainland, abundant 
— Hamilton. This is usually extremely rare and quite different 
from the typical form. 

Var. patruela, Dej. 

Specimens from New Jersey are in Dr. Horn's collection. 

C. purpurea, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Glou- 
cester, Camden and Atlantic counties, not common — Wenzel. 
Caldwell — Crane. Newark. Madison. I have found this in 
Ocean county and near Jersey City, along roads in sandy meadows. 

C. ancocisconensis, Harris. 

Caldwell, rare, one specimen only taken — Crane. 



70 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

C. generosa, Dej. 

Gloucester, Camden and Atlantic counties, common locally — 
Wenzel. Gloucester, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Newark, 
Ocean county, Greenville — Smith. Brigantine Beach, in Sep- 
tember, abundant — Hamilton. Also rather local, but quite 
generally distributed. 

C. vulgaris, Say. 

Gloucester, Camden and Atlantic counties, common — Wenzel. 
Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Brigan- 
tine Beach, in September, abundant — Hamilton. Caldwell, 
common — Crane. Not on the Newark list, and I have not 
myself taken it. 

O. repanda, Dej. 

Common everywhere. Reported on all lists and everywhere 
as abundant. I have seen it in all parts of the State visited. 

Var. 12-guttata, Dej. 

Gloucester, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Gloucester and 
Camden counties, common — Wenzel. Newark. Caldwell, rare 
— Crane. 
C. hirticoUis, Say. 

Gloucester, Camden and Atlantic counties, common — Wenzel. 
Gloucester, sea-shore, common — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, in 
September, common — Hamilton. Madison. I have taken it at 
Sandy Hook, Long Branch and Five-Mile Beach. It will be 
found common everywhere along the coast. It is not on the 
Newark list. 

C. punctulata, Pabr. 

Common everywhere, and reported on all lists. It is found 
even in cities, along side streets, and is perhaps the most abundant 
and widely distributed of all the species of the genus. 

C. tortuosa, Dej. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. 
C. dorsalis, Say. 

Occurs all along the sea-shore from Sandy Hook to Cape 
May ; common. 
C. marginata, Fabr. 

Atlantic county, not common — Wenzel. Delaware Bay, rare 
— Liebeck. I have not taken it in this State, but have found 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 71 

it on Long Island, along the muddy margins of ponds near the 
shore ; always scarce. 

C. lepida, Dej. 

Atlantic City, not common — Liebeck, Wenzel. Brigantine 
Beach, in September, not abundant — Hamilton. It has also 
been taken at Sandy Hook, Mr. Wenzel informs me that the 
species lives in holes made beneath little tufts of long grass. 

C marginipennis, Dej. 

Essex, and along the Delaware — Wenzel. 

C. abdominalis, Fabr. 

Dacosta, rare — Liebeck. Atlantic, rare — Wenzel. 



Family CARABID-ff:. 

OMOPHRON, Latr. 
O. labiatum, Fabr. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. Atlantic county, not common — 
Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton, 

O. americanum, Dej. 

Atlantic county, not common — Wenzel. Gloucester, rare — 
Liebeck. Greenville, June and September — Schanpp. Cald- 
well, rare — Crane. 
O. teesellatum, Say. 

Atlantic county, cot common — Wenzel. 

CYCHRUS, Fabr. 
C. stenostomus, Web. 

Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. Rare, no exact locality — Liebeck. 
Caldwell, rare — Crane. Palisades, May and June, under stones 
— Schaupp. Newark. 

Var. lecontei, Dej. 

Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — Liebeck. Madi- 
son. Newark. Palisades, under stones. May and Juue — 
Schaupp. 



72 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

C. elevatus, Fabr. 

Cape May county, rare — Wenzel. Egg Harbor, Anglesea, 
rare — Liebeck. Newark. 

C. viduus, Dej. 

Newark ; on the list without comment. Fort Lee, rare — 
Linell. 

CARABUS, Linn. 
C. sylvosus, Say. 

Gloucester, rare — Liebeck, Wenzel. Camden county, rare — 
Wenzel. Greenville, in June, rare — Schaupp. Newark. 

C. serratus, Say. 

Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. Gloucester and Camden counties, 
not common — Wenzel. Caldwell, rare — Crane. Hoboken, Pali- 
sades, June to September — Schaupp. Newark. Madison. This 
species is more usually at the base of trees, hiding among the 
grass. It is quite frequently taken at night, while " sugaring " 
for moths, being attracted by the bait. 

C. limbatus, Say. 

Rare at Gloucester — Liebeck, Wenzel ; and Camden — Wenzel. 
Newark. Greenville, May and September — Schaupp. Caldwell, 
common — Crane. This was the- common species at Lahaway, 
Ocean county, on the cranberry bogs. 

C. vinctus, Weber. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck. Camden, Glou- 
cester and Atlantic counties, common — Wenzel. Caldwell, com- 
mon — Crane. Newark. Palisades. Jersey City. New Bruns- 
wick. The most common of the genus, and the most general 
under stones and logs. 

CALOSOMA, Weber. 
C. externum, Say. 

Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. Gloucester, Camden, Atlantic and 
Cape May counties, not common — Wenzel. Newark, Green- 
ville, June and Sejjtember, rare, under stones — Schaupp. 

C. scrutator, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, abundant — Liebeck. Same localities 
as externum, common — Wenzel. Cast up on Brigantine Beach 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 73 

in September — Hamilton. Caldwell, common — Crane. Madi- 
son. Newark. Often on trees — Schaupp. This species is not 
often found in fields under stones, and is rather a tree climber 
and caterpillar hunter. It is quite commonly cast up by the 
tide along the sea-shore. 

C willcoxi, Lee. 

Cape May county, not common — Wenzel. Atlantic City, 
rare — Liebeck. Newark. 

C. sayi, Dej. 

Camden, Gloucester, Atlantic and Cape May counties, rare — 
Wenzel. Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. 

C calidum, Fabr. 

Same localities as above, common — Wenzel. Generally 
distributed, abundant — Liebeck. Caldwell, common — Crane. 
Madison. Newark. Occurs throughout the State under stones. 
It is much less commonly cast ashore than is scrutator. 



ELAPHRUS, Fabr. 
B. fuliginosus, Say. 

Snake Hill — Linell. 
E. ruscarius, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. West- 
ville, moderately abundant — Liebeck. June and July, Green- 
ville. Mud flats behind Hoboken — Schaupp. Newark. 



BLETHISA, Bon. 
B. quadricollis, Hald. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



NOTIOPHILUS, Dum. 
N. aeneus, Hbst. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Weuzel. Cald- 
well, rare — Crane. 
N. sibiricus, Mots. 

Newark. This species is not rare on Long Island among 
leaves in open woods. Madison. 



74 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

NEBRIA, Latr. 
N. pallipes, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. Gener- 
ally distributed, abundant — Liebeck. Fort Lee. Orange 
Mountains, June and September, along running water — Schaupp. 
This species is common along the margin of rocky streams under 
stones just at the edge of the water. 

PASIMACHUS, Bon. 
P. sublsevis, Beauv. 

Anglesea, rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, island, 
September, frequent — Hamilton. I found a dead specimen in 
July, at Anglesea. 

P. elongatus, Lee. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. 
P. punctulatus, Hald. 

Egg Harbor, rare — Liebeck. 

SCARITES, Pabr. 
S. subterraneus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, abundant — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, 
island, in September, frequent — Hamilton. Caldwell, com- 
mon — Crane. Newark. Madison. I have found it all over 
the State, though never in any large number. 

Var. substriatus, Hald. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. 

DYSCHIRIUS, Bon. 
D. globulosus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Camden and Gloucester 

counties, not common — Wenzel. Newark. 

D. terminatus, Lee. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck, Wenzel. 

D. sphaericoUis, Say. 

Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, salt marshes, 
in September — Hamilton. Marshy meadows near Hoboken, 
April and September — Schaupp. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 75 

D. sellatus, Lee. 

Atlantic City, not common — Liebeck, Wenzel. 
D. pallipennis, Say. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. Salt marshes, Brigantine Beach, 
in September — Hamilton. 

D. filiformis, Lee. 

Salt marshes, Brigantine Beach, September — Hamilton. 

D. pumilus, Dej. 

Salt marshes, Brigantine Beach, September — Hamilton. 

CLIVINA, Latr. 
C. impressifrons, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. 
C. rubicunda, Lee. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. 
C. americana, Dej. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. Marshy meadows 
near Hoboken, May and September — Schaupp. 

C. striatopunctata, Dej. 

Salt marshes, Brigantine Beach, September — Hamilton. 
C. ferrea, Lee. 

Gloucester, not common — Wenzel. 

C. convexa, Lee. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. 

C. bipustulata, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Cam- 
den and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. Caldwell, 
rare — Crane. 

SCHIZOGENIUS, Putz. 
S. lineolatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Cam- 
ien and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. Under 
stones on banks of Passaic, June and September — Schaupp. 

S. ferrugineus, Putz. 

Salt marshes, Brigantine Beach, September — Hamilton. 



76 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

ARDISTOMIS, Putz. 
A. obliquata, Putz. 

Atlantic City, moderately abundant — Liebeck. 

A. viridis, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Cam- 
den and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. Newark. 
Clifton, in June — Schaupp. 

PANAG^US, Latr. 
P. crucig-erus, Say. 

Northern New Jersey, rare — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, in 
September, frequent — Hamilton. Snake Hill, under stones, 
May and June — Schaupp. 

P. fasciatus, Say. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. Snake Hill, under stones, 
May and June — Schaupp. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

NOMIUS, Lap. 
N. pyg-mseus, Dej. 

Near Newark, one specimen — Bischoff. 

BEMBIDIUM, Latr. 

B. punctatostriatum, Say. 

Banks of Passaic, May and September — Schaupp. 

B. inaequale, Say. 

Westville, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Camden and 
Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. Banks of Passaic, 
May and September — Schaupp. 

B. nitidulum, Dej. 

Banks of Passaic, May and September — Schaupp. 

B. americanum, Dej. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. Glouces- 
ter, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Banks of Passaic, May and 
September — Schaupp. Raritan, at New Brunswick — Smith. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 77 

B. antiquum, Dej. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. Banks 
of Passaic, May and September — Schaupp. 

B. chalceum, Dej. 

Banks of Passaic, May and September — Schaupp. 

B. nigrum, Saj^. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. Banks 
of Passaic, May and September — Schaupp. 

B. planatum, Lee. 

Banks of Passaic, May and September — Schaupp. 

B. rupestre, Dej. 

Gloucester, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Camden and 
Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. Newark. 

B. lacunarium, Zimm. 

Fort Lee, in running brooks — Linell. 

B. dorsale. Say. 

Gloucester county, rare — Wenzel. 

B. patruele. Say. 

Banks of Passaic, May and September — Schaupp. 

B. variegatum, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. Glou- 
cester, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Banks of Passaic, May 
and September — Schaupp. Newark — Bischoif. 

B. intermedium, Kirby. 

Gloucester, moderately abundant — Liebeck. 

B. versicolor, Lee. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. Banks 
of Passaic, May and September — Schaupp. 

B. pictum, Leo. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. Camden, 
moderately abundant — Liebeck. 

B. constrictum, Lee. 

Atlantic county, common — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, Septem- 
ber, abundant — Hamilton. 



78 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

B. contractum, Say. 

Atlantic City, not common — Weuzel, Liebeck. Brigantine 
Beach, September, not common — Hamilton. Anglesea, July — 
Schwarz, 

B. aflSne, Say. 

Camden, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Ocean county — 
Smith. 

B. quadrimaculatum, Linn. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel, Lie- 
beck. The most abundant species in fields and gardens every- 
where — Smith. 

B. semistriatum, Hald. 

Banks of Passaic, May and September — Schaupp. 



TACHYS, Schaum. 
T. proximus, Say. 

Sandy banks of Passaic, May and September — Schaupp. 
Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. 

T. scitulus, Lee. 

Sandy banks of Passaic, May and September — Schaupp. 
Camden, Gloucester, common — Wenzel. 

T. occultator, Casey. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 
T. Isevus, Say. 

New Brunswick, rare — Smith. 
T. nanus, Gyll. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Newark. 
Brigantine Beach, mainland and island, September — Hamilton. 
Sandy banks of Passaic, May and September — Schaupp. 

T. flavicauda, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. I have 
taken this everywhere in the State, under bark of trees. 

T. tripunctatus, Say. 

Sandy banks of Passaic, May and September — Schaupp. 
T. capax, Lee. 

Ocean county, cranberry bogs, not common — Smith. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 79 

T. xanthopus, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeek. 

T. incurvus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeek, Wenzel. Sandy 
banks of Passaic, May and September — Schaupp. Brigantiue 
Beach, September — Hamilton. 

T. fuscicornis, Chd. 

Brigantine Beach, September — Hamilton. 



PATROBUS, Dej. 
P. longicornis, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeek. Cam- 
den and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. Newark. 



POGONUS, Dej. 
P. texanus, Chd. 

Atlantic City — Collections Drs. Horn and Castle. According 

to Dr. Horn, this Texan species has been twice taken at Atlantic 

City. 

MYAS, Dej. 
M. coracinus, Say. 

Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. Newark. 

M. cyanescens, Dej. 

Clifton, Fort Lee, June and July — Schaupp. 

PTBROSTICHUS, Bon. 
P. adoxus, Say. 

Camden, Gloucester, not common — Wenzel, Liebeek. Pali- 
sades — Schaupp. Brigantine Beach, mainland, September — 
Hamilton. 

P. rostratus, Newn. 

Palisades — Schaupp. New Jersey — Wenzel. 
P. diligendus, Chd. 

Palisades — Schaupp. Newark. 
P. honestus, Say. 

Foot of Palisades above Hoboken — Schaupp, Smith. 



80 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P. lachrymosus, Newn. 

Palisades — Schaupp, Smith. Newark. 
P. coracinus, Newn. 

Newark. 
P. stygicus, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Cam- 
den and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. Brigantine 
Beach, mainland and island, September — Hamilton. 

P. moestus, Say. 

Newark. Caldwell, common — Crane. New Brunswick ; rare. 
P. sculptus, Lee. 

Atlantic City — Dr. Castle. 
P. sayi, Brull6. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Newark. 
P. lucublandus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Caldwell, 
common — Crane. Newark. Madison. Brigantine Beach, in Sep- 
tember — Hamilton. Common along the shore, under wreckage, 
and abundant in tilled fields, under all shelter — Smith. 

P. ebeninus, Dej. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. 

P. caudicalis, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately common — Liebeck. 

P. luctuosus, Dej. 

Rare, exact locality unknown — Liebeck. 

P. corvinus, Dej. 

Moderately common, generally distributed — Liebeck. Pali- 
sades — Schaupp. 

P, tartaricus, Say. 

Hoboken, rare — Linell. 
P. mutus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck. Palisades — 
Schaupp. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

P. erythropus, Dej. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Atlantic county, com- 
mon — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, in September, common — 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 81 

Hamilton. Palisades — Schaupp. Newark. Common on cran- 
berry bogs in Ocean county, May — Smith. 

P. patruelis, Dej. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Camden and Glouces- 
ter counties, not common — Wenzel. Palisades — Schaupp. New- 
ark. Common on cranberry bogs, Ocean county, May — Smith. 



EVARTHRUS, Lee. 
B. sigillatue, Say. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. Madison, not uncommon — 
Paulmier. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



AMARA, Bon. 
A. avida, Say. 

Camden county, rare — Wenzel. Westville, Gloucester, rare 
— Liebeck. Palisades — Schaupp. 

A. exarata, Dej. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. Caldwell, 
rare — Crane. 

A. latior, Kirby. 

On the Newark list. 

A. angustata, Say. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. Palisades — 
Schaupp. 

A. pallipes, Kirby. 

Camden, Gloucester and Atlantic counties, common — Wenzel. 

A. inipuncticollis, Say. ^ 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. Palisades — Schaupp, 

A. baeillaris, Say. 

New Jersey — Henshaw. 

A. cupreolata, Putz. 

New Jersey — Henshaw. 

F 



82 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

A. interstitialis, Dej. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Cam- 
den and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel, Palisades — 
Schaupp. Newark — BischoflF. 

A. obesa, Say. 

Sea-shore, not uncommon — Liebeck. Atlantic county, not 
common — Wenzel. Cape May, in July — Schwarz. Newark* 
Palisades — Schaupp. 

A. chalcea, Dej. 

Palisades — Schaupp. 

A. gibba, Lee. 

New Jersey — Henshaw. 
A. rubrica, Hald. 

On the Newark list. 

A. subeenea, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

A. musculus, Say. 

Gloucester, sea-shore, not uncommon — Liebeck. Atlantic and 
Cape May counties, not common — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, 
in September, frequent on herbage — Hamilton. Palisades — 
Schaupp. 
A. acutangula, Putz. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

DIPLOOHILA, Brulle. 
D. laticoUis, Lee. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. Palisades, May and June, not 
common — Schaupp, Smith. 

Var. major, Lee. ^ 

Palisades, May and June, more rare than the typical form — 
Smith. 

DIC^LUS, Bon. 
D. dilatatus, Say. 

Fort Lee, Clifton, June and September, not rare — Schaupp. 
Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Caldwell, rare — 
Crane. Newark. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 83 

D. purpuratus, Bon. 

Camden county, rare — Wenzel. Clifton, June and July, 
rare — Schaupp. Newark. Madison. 

D. ovalis, Lee. 

Gloucester, Camden and Atlantic counties, not common — 
Wenzel. Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

D. elongatus, Bon. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel, Liebeck. Cald- 
well, common — Crane. Palisade woods — Schaupp. Newark. 

D. teter, Bon. 

Palisade woods — Schaupp. 

D. politus, Dej. 

Gloucester, Camden and Atlantic counties, not common — Wen- 
zel. Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. Palisade woods — Schaupp. 



BADISTER, Clairv, 
B. notatus, Hald. 

Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. 

B, micans, Lee. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

CALATHUS, Bon. 

C. g-regarius, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck, Brigan- 
tine Beach, mainland and island, September — Hamilton. 
Palisades, everywhere common — Schaupp. 

C. opaculus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Henshaw. 

C. impunctatus, Say. 

Atco, sea-shore, not common — Wenzel. Atlantic City, rare — 
Liebeck. Fort Lee, rare — Schaupp. 



PLATYNUS, Bon. 
P. angustatus, Dej. 

Fort Lee, not common — Schaupp. Ocean county, cranberry 

bogs, rare — Smith. 



84 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P. decens, Say. 

Palisades, Fort Lee, common — Schaupp. Caldwell, common, 
Crane. Anglesea, July — Schwarz. Newark. 

P. sinuatus, Dej. 

Generally distributed, moderately common — Liebeck. Cam- 
den and Gloucester counties, not rare — Wenzel. Palisades, Fort 
Lee — Schaupp. Ocean county, cranberry bogs, rare — Smith. 

P. opaculus, Leo. 

Fort Lee, rare — Schaupp. 

P. tenuicollis, Lee. 

Atlantic City — Castle. 

P. cincticollis, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Cam- 
den and Gloucester counties, not uncommon — Wenzel. Fort 
Lee — Schaupp. Newark. 

P. reflexus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Fort 
Lee — Schaupp. 

P. extensicollis, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck, Wenzel. Fort Lee, 
Clifton, Weehawken, common — Schaupp. Newark. Madison. 

P. decorus, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Cam- 
den and Gloucester counties, not uncommon — Wenzel. Palisades, 
common — Schaupp. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. 

P. atratus, Lee. 

Caldwell, very rare, one specimen only — Crane. 

P. melanarius, Dej. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not uncommon — Wenzel. 
Fort Lee, Palisade woods — Schaupp. Newark. 

P. propinquus, G. & H. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not uncommon — Wenzel. 

P. aflQnis, Kirby. 

Palisade woods — Schaupp. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 85 

P. metallescens, Lee. 

Palisade woods — Schaupp. Newark. 
P. cupripennis, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Sea-shore, moder- 
ately abundant — Liebeck. Common in fields — Schaupp. New- 
ark. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

P. excavatus, Dej. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Palisades, rare — 
Schaupp. 

P. ferreus, Hald. 

Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. Palisades, rare — Schaupp. 
P. basalis, Lee. 

Hoboken, very rare — Linell. 
P. nutans, Say. 

Palisades, rare — Schaupp. 
P. octopunctatus, Fabr. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. Generally distributed, rare — Wen- 
zel. Caldwell, rare — Crane. Palisades, rare — Schaupp. Newark. 

P. placidus, Say. 

Westville, Gloucester, moderately common — Liebeck. Pali- 
sades, not rare — Schaupp, Smith. Madison. 

P. obsoletus, Say. 

Sea-shore, quite common — Liebeck. Palisades — Schaupp. 
Newark. 

P. aeruginosus, Dej. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Under bark, 
Hoboken — Schaupp. 
P. crenistriatus, Lee. 

Palisades — Schaupp. Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamil- 
ton. 
P. rubripes, Zimm. 

Sea-shore, not uncommon — Liebeck, Wenzel. Brigantine 
Beach, in September — Hamilton. Palisades — Schaupp. 

P. punctiformis, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck, Wen- 
zel. Brigantine Beach, in September, common — Hamilton. 



86 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Fort Lee, Palisades — Schaupp. Ocean county, cranberry bogs, 
rare — Smith. Anglesea — Wenzel. 

P. sordens, Kirby. 

Palisades — Schaupp. 

P. ruflcornis, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Pali- 
sades, Fort Lee — Schaupp. 
P. picippunis, Kirby. 

Hoboken, rare — Linell. 

P. lutulentus, Lee. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. Hoboken, rare — Linell. Palisades 
— Schaupp. Newark. Cranberry bogs, rare — Smith. 



OLISTHOPUS. Dej. 
O. parmatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Atlantic City, rare- 

Liebeck. 

O. micans, Lee. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. 



ATRANUS, Lee. 
A. pubescens, Dej. 

Camden and Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — 

Liebeck. Palisades, in June, rare — Schaupp. Fort Lee, in 

running brooks — Linell. Newark. 



LBPTOTRACHBLUS, Latr. 
L. dorsalis, Fabr. 

New Jersey — Schaupp. I have seen isolated specimens of 
this species from different parts of the State. 

OASNONIA, Latr. 
O. pennsylvanica, Linn, 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Caldwell, com- 
mon — Crane. Newark. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 87 

GALERITA, Fabr. 
G. janus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Wenzel, Liebeck. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Caldwell, common 

— Crane. Newark. Madison. 

G. bicolor, Dm. 

Generally distributed, more rare — Liebeck, Wenzel. 

TETRAGONODBRUS, Dej. 
T. fasciatus, Hald. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Camden, rare — Liebeck. 

LBBIA, Latr. 
L. grandie, Hentz.' 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. New 

Jersey, July and September — Schaupp. Brigantine Beach, in 

September — Hamilton. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. 

Madison. 

L. atriventris, Say. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Liebeck, Wenzel. 
New Jersey, July and September — Schaupp. Caldwell, common 
— Crane. Newark. Madison. 

L. tricolor, Say. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. 
L. pulchella, Dej. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. Gloucester and Atlantic counties, 
rare — Wenzel. 

L. cyanipennis, Dej. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Gloucester county, 
rare — Wenzel. 

L. marginicollis, Dej. 

Dacosta, rare — Liebeck. 
L. viridis, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Green- 
ville, Ridgewood, Passaic, June and July — Schaupp. Caldwell, 
rare — Crane. Newark. Madison. 



88 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Var. mcBsta, Lee. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 

Li. pumila, Dej. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Greenville, Ridgewood, 
Passaic, June and July — Schaupp. Newark. 

L. pleuritica, Lee. 

Fort Lee, rare — Schaupp. 

L. viridipennis, Dej. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, frequent — Hamilton. Fort 
Lee — Schaupp. Newark. 

L. ornata, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Common — Wenzel. 
Greenville, Ridgewood, Passaic, June and July — Schaupp. 
Caldwell, rare — Crane. Anglesea, in July — Schaupp. Newark. 

L. analis, Dej. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — 
Liebeck. Fort Lee — Schaupp. 

L. fuscata, Dej. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Greenville, Ridgewood, 
Passaic, June and July — Schaupp. 

L. scapularis, Dej. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Fort 
Lee — Schaupp. Newark. 

L. vittata, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Madison. 

Var.. spraguei, Horn. 

Collected in New Jersey — 'Castle. 

L. bivittata, Fabr. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 



COPTODBRA, Dej. 
C. serata, Dej. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 89 

DROMIUS, Bon. 
D. piceus, Dej. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Camden, Gloucester, 
not common — Wenzel. Hoboken, under bark — Sehaupp. 
Newark. 

APRISTUS, Chd. 

A. cordicollis, Lee. 

Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. 

BLBCHRUS, Mots. 

B. nigrinus, Mann. 

Hoboken, under bark — Sehaupp. 

MBTABLBTUS, Schm.-Goeb. 
M. americanus, Dej. 

Gloucester and Camden, rare — Wenzel. 

AXINOPALPUS, Lee. 
A. biplagiatus, Dej. 

Hoboken, under bark — Sehaupp. 

CALLIDA, Dej. 

C. purpurea, Say. 

Dacosta, rare— Liebeck. Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. 
Greenwood Lake, sometimes not uncommon. 

C. punctata, Lee. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



PLOCHIONUS, Dej. 
P. timidus, Hald. 

Generally distributed except along shore — Wenzel. Westville, 
not rare — Liebeck. Hoboken, under bark — Sehaupp. 

P. amandus, Newn. 

Very rare, one specimen only, Caldwell — Crane. I have not 
seen this. 



90 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

PINACODERA., Schaum. 
P. limbata, Dej. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, sea-shore — Wenzel. Sea- 
shore, not rare — Liebeck. Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Newark. 

P. platicollis, Say. 

Gloucester and Camden counties, sea-shore — Wenzel. West- 
ville, rare — Liebeck. Madison. 



CYMINDIS, Latr. 
C. americana, Dej. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, rare — 
Liebeck. 

C. pilosa, Say, 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Cam- 
den and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. Caldwell, 
common — Crane. 

C. neglecta, Hald. 

Camden and Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. Newark. 



APENES, Lee. 
A. lucidula, Dej. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. Atlantic county, not common — 

Wenzel. 

A. sinuata, Say. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. Anglesea, rare — Liebeck. 
Newark — Bischoff. Both species will be found from Sandy 
Hook to Cape May. 

HBLLUOMORPHA, Lap. 
H. bicolor, Harris. 

Camden county, rare — Wenzel. Newark. 

H. ferruginea, Lee. 

Greenville, under logs, rare — Schaupp. 



BRACHYNUS, Web. 
B. viridipennis, Dej. 

New Jersey — Schaupp. Newark. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 91 

B. minutus, Harr. 

Along the Palisades — Schaupp. 

B. perplexus, Dej. 

Along the Palisades — Schaupp. 
B. medius, Harr. * 

Along the Palisades — Schaupp. 
B. quadripennis, Dej. 

Along the Palisades — Schaupp. 
B. conformis, Dej. 

Along the Palisades — Schaupp. 
B. cyanipennis, Say. 

Along the Palisades — Schaupp. 
B. alternans, Dej. 

Along the Palisades — Schaupp. 

B. fumans, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Caldwell, 
common — Crane. Along the Palisades — Schaupp. Madison. 

B. similis, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

B. cordicollis, Dej. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Along 
the Palisades — Schaupp. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

The species of Brachynus are ill defined, and not generally 
named in collections. It is therefore almost impossible to get 
an accurate list. The species collected by Mr. Schaupp may, 
however, be considered fairly reliable. 



CHL^NIUS, Bon. 
O. erythropus, Germ. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. 

C. sericeus, Fbrst. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Caldwell, common — Crane. Palisades, Fort Lee, Snake Hill, 
Ridgewood — Schaupp. Newark. Madison. 



92 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

C. laticollis, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Anglesea, rare — Lie- 
beck. Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Caldwell, 
rare — Crane. Palisades, Fort Lee, Snake Hill, Ridgewood — 
Schaupp. The most abundant Carabid at Snake Hill — Linell. 

C. difflnis, Chd. 

Palisades, in spring — Schaupp. 

C. aestivus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Palisades, Fort Lee, Snake Hill, Ridgewood — Schaupp. Cald- 
well, common — Crane. Newark. Madison. 

C prasinus, Dej. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

C. nemoralis, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Sea-shore, moder- 
ately abundant — Liebeck. Caldwell, common — Crane. Pali- 
sades, in spring — Schaupp. Newark. 

O. tricolor, Dej. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Pali- 
sades, in spring — Schaupp. Madison. 

C pennsylvanicus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Westville, rare 
— Liebeck. Palisades, in spring — Schaupp. 

O. impunctifrons, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck, Wen- 
zel. Caldwell, very rare — Crane. Palisades, in spring. 

C. niger, Rand. 

Palisades, in spring, rare — Schaupp. 

C. purpuricollis, Rand. 

A New Jersey specimen is in Dr. Horn's collection. 

C. tomentosus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Sea-shore, rare 
— Liebeck. Newark. Madison. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 93 

ANOMOGLOSSUS, Chd. 
A. emarginatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Sea-shore, 
moderately abundant — Liebeck. Fort Lee, Ridgewood, not rare 
— Schaupp. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

A. pueillus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel. Rare — Lie- 
beck. New Jersey, rare — Schaupp. Newark. Madison. 



BRACHYLOBUS, Chd. 

B. lithophilus, Say. 

Palisades, in March, rare — Schaupp. Gloucester, rare — Lie- 
beck. 

LACHNOCRBPIS, Lee. 
L. parallelus, Say. 

Gloucester, Westville, rare — Liebeck. Snake Hill, common 
— Linell. 

OODES, Bon. 
O. amaroides, Dej. 

Palisades, rare — Schaupp. 

O. americanus, Dej. 

Palisades, common — Schaupp. Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

O. fluvialis, Lee. 

Westville, Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. Camden, Gloucester, 
not rare — Wenzel. 

O. lecontei, Chd. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. 



GEOPINUS, Lee. 
Q. inerassatus, Dej. 

Generally distributed in sandy districts along water — Wenzel. 
Westville, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, 
in September, frequent — Hamilton. Greenville, six inches deep, 
in sandy soil — Schaupp. Newark. 



94 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CRAT ACANTHUS, Dej. 

C. dubius, Beauv. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. In 
sandy districts along water-courses, common — Wenzel. Newark. 
New Brunswick. 

AGONODERUS. Dej. 
A. lineola, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Along Palisades — 
Schaupp. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. 

A. infuscatus, Dej. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel. Anglesea, 
rare — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

A. pallipes, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Brigan- 
tine Beach, in September, frequent — Hamilton. Along the 
Palisades, common — Schaupp. Newark. Madison. In my ex- 
perience, one of the most abundant Carabids in the State, flying to 
light, in spring. 

A. partiarius, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Along Palisades, in 
spring, common — Schaupp. Newark. 

A. pauperculus, Lee. 

Ocean county, common on cranberry bogs — Smith. 

A. indistinctus, Say. 

Anglesea, rare — Wenzel. Along the Palisades, rare — Schaupp. 

A. testaceus, Dej. 

Atlantic City — Castle. 

DISCODERUS, Leo. 

D. parallelus, Hald. • 

Atlantic City, not uncommon — Liebeck. Sea-shore, not com- 
mon — Wenzel. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 95 

GYNANDROPUS, Dej. 

G. hylacis, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Atlantic City, 
not rare — Liebeck. Under bark of trees, Hoboken — Schaupp. 
Caldwell, common — Crane. 

HARPALUS, Latr. 
H. dichrous, Dej. 

Generally distributed, rather rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare 

— Liebeck. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

H. vulpeculus, Say. 

Generally distributed, more common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
H. autumnalis, Say. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 
H. erraticus, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck, Wenzel. 
Brigantine Beach, in September, abundant — Hamilton. Passaic, 
Greenville — Schaupp. 

H. viridiaeneus, Beauv. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, rare — 
Liebeck. Newark. Madison. 

H. caliginosus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck, Schaupp. 
Brigantine Beach, in September, abundant — Hamilton. Cald- 
well, common — Crane. Newark. 

H. faunus, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Schaupp, Wenzel, 
Liebeck. 
H. convivus, Lee. 

New Brunswick, rare — Smith. 
H. vagans, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Schaupp, Wenzel, 
Liebeck. 
H. pennsylvanicus, De G. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck, Schaupp. 
Brigantine Beach, in September, abundant — Hamilton. Cald- 
well, common — Crane. Newark. Madison. 



96 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Var. compar, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not so common as the type — Wenzel, 
Liebeck. Schaupp. Brigantine Beach — Hamilton. Caldwell, 
common — Crane. 

Var. erythropus, Dej. 

Along the Palisades, common — Schaupp. 

H. spadiceus, Dej. 

Along the Palisades, rather rare — Schaupp. Madison. 

H. fallax, Lee. 

New Jersey — Henshaw. 

H. pleuriticus, Kirby. 

Along the Palisades, common — Schaupp. 

H. lierbivagus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel. Gloucester, 
Westville, rare — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, in September — 
Hamilton. Madison, Ocean county, common on cranberry 
bogs — Smith. 

H. nitidulus, Chd. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 

SBLBNOPHORUS, Dej. 
S. pedicularius, Dej. 

Sea- shore, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, 
in September, frequent — Hamilton. Atlantic City — Castle. 
Ocean Beach — Paulmier. 

S. opaliaus, Lee. 

Sea-shore, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Under leaves, in 
spring — Wenzel. Atlantic City — Castle. Ocean Beach — Paul- 
mier. 

S. ovalis, Dej. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

S. ellipticus, Dej. 

Sea-shore, moderately common — Liebeck. Under leaves, in 
spring — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 
Atlantic City — Castle. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 97 

STBNOLOPHUS, Dej. 
S. carbonarius, Brulle. 

Anglesea, Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, 
in September — Hamilton. Ocean Beach — Paulmier. 

S. fuliginosus, Dej. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Rare — Liebeck. 

S. plebeius, Dej. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Ocean Beach — 
Paulmier. 

8. conjunctus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Brigan- 
tine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Newark. Cranberry 
bogs, Ocean county, common — Smith. 

S. nova species, Horn dixit. 

Madison. Several specimens were taken by Mr. Paulmier. 
It is in Dr. Horn's collection from Allegheny, Pa. 

S. ochropezus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Brigan- 
tine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Newark. Ocean county, 
on cranberry bogs, common — Smith, 

S. dissimilis, Dej. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 

ACUPALPUS, Latr. 
A. bydropicus, Lee. 

Ocean county, common on cranberry bogs, in May — Smith. 
A. carus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 



BRADYCBLLUS, Br. 
B. rupestris, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Newark. Ocean 
county, cranberry bogs, not common — Smith. 



98 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

ANISODAOTYLUS, Dej. 
A. dulcicollis, Laf. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

A. rusticus, Dej. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Brigan- 
tine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Newark. 

A. carbonarius, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Atlantic City, 
moderately abundant — Liebeck. 

A. interpunctatus, Kirby. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. 
A. harrisii, Lee. 

Sea- shore, rare — Liebeck. 
A. agricola, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. New Bruns- 
wick, rare — Smith. 

A. melanopus, Hald. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. 
A. nigerrimus, Dej. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

A. discoideus, Dej. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck, Wenzel. Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. 

A. baltimorensis. Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Newark. 
Caldwell, comman — Crane. Occurs everywhere in the State — 
Smith. 
A. verticalis, Lee. 

Anglesea, in August — Smith. 
A. piceus, Men. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

A. terminatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel. Sea- shore, 
moderately abundant — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, in Septem- 
ber — Hamilton. 
A. nitidipennis, Lee. 

Newark — Bischoff. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 99 

A. laetus, Dej. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, very rare — Hamilton. At- 
lantic county, rare — Wenzel. 

A. coenus, Say. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. Newark — rare. 
A. lugubris, Dej. ^.. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Gloucester, rare — 
Liebeck. 

A. sericeus, Harris. 

Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. Newark, rare — Smith. 
A. interstitialis, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Newark, Madison. 



Family HALIPLIDiE. 

HALIPLUS, Latr. 
H. fasciatus, Aube. 

Camden and Gloucester counties — Wenzel. Camden, rare — 
Liebeck. New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States 
National Museum. 

H. punctatus, Aub6. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
H. triopsis, Say. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts. 
H. ruficollis, De G. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck, Wenzel. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum and Roberts. 

ONBMIDOTUS, Br. 
C. 12-punctatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Camden, moder- 
ately abundant — Liebeck. New Jersey — Collection Roberts and 
United States National Museum. Madison. 

C. edentulus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts. 



100 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Family DYTISCIDiE. 

CANTHYDRUS, Sharp. 
O. bicolor, Say. 

Anglesea — Wenzel. 



HYDROOANTHUS, Say. 
H. iricolor, Say. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Liebeck. Newark. 
New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



LACCOPHILUS, Leach. 
L. maculosus, Germ. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Cald- 
well, common — Crane. Newark. Madison. New Jersey — 
Collection Roberts and United States National Museum. 

L. proximus, Say. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

L. fasciatvis, Aub6. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. New 
Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National Museum. 

L. undatus, Aube. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National 
Museum. 

HYDROVATUS, Mots. 
H. cuspidatus, Germ. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. 

H. pustulatus, Melsh. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National 
Museum. 

DBSMOPACHRIA, Bab. 
D. convexa, Aub6. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. New Jersey — Collection Roberts. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 101 

BIDESSUS. Sharp. 
B. aflBnis, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. New 

Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National Museum. 

B. granarius, Aube. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

CCELAMBUS, Thorn. 

C. inaequalis, Fabr. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

C. punctatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck. New Jersey — Col- 
lection Roberts. 

C. nubilus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. New 
Jersey — Collection Roberts. 

C. impressopunctatus, Sch. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck, New Jersey — Collection Roberts. 
Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel. 

DBRONBCTBS, Sharp. 

D. griseostriatus, De G. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

HYDROPORUS, Clairv. 
H. concinnus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Roberts. 

H. pulcher, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

H. integer, Sharp. 

New Jersey — Roberts. 

H. undulatus, Say. 

Newark. New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States 
National Museum. Madison. 



102 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

H. consimilis, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
H. obscurus, Sturm. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. 
H. tenebrosus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
H, americanus, Aube. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
H. dichrous, Melsh. 

New Jersey — Collection LTnited States National Museum. 
H. modestus, Aube. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National 
Museum. 

H. stagnalis. G. & H. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



ILYBIUS, Br. 
I. bignttulus, Gem. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. New 

Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National Museum. 

Madison. 

COPTOTOMUS, Say. 
C. interrogatus, Fabr. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Sea-shore, moderately abundant 
— Liebeck. Madison. New Jersey — Collection Roberts and 
United States National Museum. 



OOPBLATUS, Br. 
C. glyphicus, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Brig- 
antine Beach, in September — Hamilton. New Jersey — Collec- 
tion Roberts and United States National Museum. 



MATUS, Aube. 
M. bicarinatus, Say. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National 
Museum. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 103 

AGABUS, Leach. 
A. seriatus, Say. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States Natioral 
Museum. 

A. obtusatue, Say. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts. 

A. punctatus, Melsh. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

A. tseniolatus, Harr. 

New Jersey, exact locality unknown, rare — Liebeck. 

A. disintegratus, Cr. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. New- 
ark. New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States Nat- 
ional Museum. 

A. erythropterus, Say. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National 
Museum. 

A. gagates, Auh6. 

Fort Lee, common — Linell. New Jersey — Collection Roberts. 

A. clavatus, Lee. 

Camden and Gloucester counties — Wenzel. 

RHANTUS, Bsch. 
R. binotatus, Harr. 

Newark. 

R. calidus, Fabr. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. 

R. bistriatus, Bergst. 

Camden, Gloucester and Atlantic counties, not common — 
Wenzel. 

COLYMBBTES, Clairv. 
C. sculptilis, Harr. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark. New Jersey — Collection 
Roberts and United States National Museum. 



104 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

HYDATICUS, Leach. 
H. piceus, Lee. 

Very rare, one specimen only ; Caldwell — Crane. 

H. bimarginatus, Say. 

Anglesea, rare — Liebeck. 

DYTISCUS, Linn. 
D. harrisii, Kirby. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

D. fasciventris, Say. 

Camden, Gloucester and Atlantic counties — Wenzel. Cald- 
well, rare — Crane. New Jersey— Collection Roberts and United 
States National Museum. Madison. 

D. hybridus, Aube. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National 
Museum. 

D. verticalis, Say. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
Madison. 

ACILIUS, Leach. 
A. semisulcatus, Aube. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. New Jersey — Collec- 
tion United States National Museum. 

A. fraternus, Harr. 

Anglesea, rare — Liebeck, New Jersey — Collection Roberts 
and United States National Museum. Madison. 

A. mediatus, Say. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. Camden, Gloucester and Atlantic 
counties — Wenzel. New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United 
States National Museum. Fort Lee, abundant — Linell. 

THERMONBCTES, Esch. 
T. basilaris, Harr. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. New 
Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National Museum. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 105 

GRAPHODERUS, Esch. 
G. liberus, Say. 

Madison. New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States 

National Museum. 

G. fasciaticollis, Harr. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



CYBISTER, Curt. 
C fimbriolatus, Say. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. New Jersey — Collection Roberts and 

United States National Museum. 



FamUy GYRINIDiE. 

GYRINUS, Linn. 
G. rockinghamensis, Lee. 

Atlantic county, common — Wenzel. Atco, common — Liebeck. 
G. limbatus, Say. 

Atco, Egg Harbor, moderately abundant — Liebeck. 

G. dichrous, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National 
Museum. 

G. ventralis, Kirby. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

G. aflSnis, Aube. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
G. analis, Say. 

Atlantic county, common — Wenzel. 
G. borealis, Aub6. 

Atlantic county, common — Wenzel. New Jersey — Collection 
Roberts and United States National Museum. Madison. 

G. lugens, Lee. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 



106 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

DINBUTES, MacL. 
D. vittatus, Germ. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. At- 
lantic county, common — Wenzel. Newark. Clifton, Ccean 
county, in ditches and small streams, never in ponds — Smith. 

D. discolor, Aube. 

Ocean county, common — Smith. New Jersey — Collection 
Roberts and United States National Museum. 

D. assimilis, Aub6. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. At- 
lantic county, common — Wenzel. Clifton, Ocean county, com- 
mon — Smith. New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United 
States National Museum. 

D. emarginatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. 



Family HYDROPHILIDiE. 

HELOPHORUS, Fabr. 
H. lacustris, Lee. 

Hoboken, common — Linell. Palisades, common — Smith. 

H. lineatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck. Newark. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

H. tuberculatus, Gyll. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

HYDROCHUS, Leach. 
H. scabratus, Muls. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck. Newark. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

H. inaequalis, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 107 

H. subcupreus, Rand. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National 
Museum. 

H. variolatus, Lee. 

Camden, moderately abundant — Liebeck. 



OCHTHBBIUS, Leach, 
O. benefossus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection Horn. 



HYDR^NA, Kug. 
H. pennsylvanica, Kies. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National 
Museum. 

HYDROPHILUS, Geoffr. 
H. ovatuB, G. & H. 

Newark ; rare. 

H, triangularis, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck. Camden and Glou- 
cester counties, common — Wenzel. Newark ; common. Cald- 
well, common — Crane. 

H. nimbatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck. Newark. New 
Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National Museum. 

H. mixtus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Madi- 
son. 

H. glaber, Hbst. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Along Pali- 
sades, common — Smith. Caldwell, rare — Crane. New Jersey — 
Collection Roberts and United States National Museum. 



HYDROCHARIS, Latr. 
H. obtusatus. Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Camden and Glou- 
cester counties, common — Wenzel. Newark. Madison. New 
Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National Museum. 



108 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

BBROSUS, Leach. 
B. pantherinus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts. 

B. peregrinus, Hbst. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. New 
Jersey — Collection Horn and United States National Museum. 

B. striatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Cam- 
den and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. Caldwell, com- 
mon — Crane. New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United 
States National Museum. Madison. 



LACCOBIUS, Er. 
L. agilis, Rand. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. New Jersey — Collection Roberts 

and United States National Museum. 



PHILHYDRUS, Sol. 
P. nebulosus, Say. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

P. bifldus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection Horn and United States National 
Museum. 

P. ochraceus. Mels. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. Brigan- 
tine Beach, in September, common in fresh-water pools — 
Hamilton. New Jersey — Collection United States National 
Museum. 

P. reflexipennis, Zimm. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, common in fresh-water pools 
— Hamilton. New Jersey — Collection Roberts. 

P. cinctus, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. New- 
ark. New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States 
National Museum. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 109 

P. diflftisus, Say. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
P. perplexus, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, in fresh-water pools — Hamil- 
ton. New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States Nat- 
ional Museum. 

P. hamiltoni, Horn. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

HYDROCOMBUS, Sharp. 
H. flmbriatus, Melsh. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. New 
Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National Museum. 

H. lacustris, Lee. 

Sea-shore, common — Liebeck. Hoboken, common — Linell. 
H. rotundatus, Say. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

HYDROBIUS, Leach. 
H. globosus, Say. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts and United States National 

Museum. 

H. fuscipes, Linn. 

Camden and Gloucester counties — Wenzel. New Jersey — 
Collection Roberts and United States National Museum. 

H. subcupreus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, 
in September — Hamilton. New Jersey — Collection Roberts and 
United States National Museum. 

H. suturalis, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

CERCYON, Leach. 
C. centromaculatum, Sturm. 

Oraisge Mountains, rare — Smith. 



no GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

C. praetextatum, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Brig- 
antine Beach, in September — Hamilton. New Jersey — Collection 
Roberts and United States National Museum. 

C. ocellatum, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

C. pygmaeum, 111. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
C. unipunctatum, Linn. 

Generally distributed, moderately common — Liebeck. 
C. anale, Payk. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. New Jersey — Collection United 
States National Museum. Ocean county, cranberry bogs, com- 
mon — Smith. 

There are a number of unnamed species in collections, which 
will probably add a few to the above list. 

PHCENONOTUM, Sharp. 
P. extriatum, Say. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 



Family SILPHIDJB. 

NBCROPHORUS, Pabr. 
N. araericana, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — 
Liebeck. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. Hudson 
county — Linell.* Madison. 

N. sayi, Lap. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

* Mr. Linell's collecting was done very largely along the Palisades to Fort Lee, 
in the marshes back of Hoboken, and at Snake Hill and its immediate vicinity. 
This is particularly so in the Staphylinide families. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. Ill 

N. orbicoUis, Saj'. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — 
Liebeck. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. Hudson 
couDity — Linell. Madison. 

N. marg-inatus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. Caldwell, common — Crane. Madison. 

N. guttula, Mots. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
N. tomentosus, Weber. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. 

N. vespilloides, Hbst. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

SILPHA, Linn. 
S. surinamensis, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Caldwell, 
common — Crane. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 
S. lapponica, Hbst. 

Newark ; not common. 
S. inaequalis, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — 
Liebeck. Caldwell, common — Crane. Hudson county — Linell. 
Newark. Madison. 

S. noveboracensis, Forst. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Westville, rare — 
Liebeck. Caldwell, common — Crane. Hudson county — Linell. 
Newark. Madison. 

S. americana, Linn. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Camden, rare — 
Liebeck. Caldwell, common — Crane. Hudson county — Linell. 
Newark. Madison. 

CHOLEVA, Latr. 
C. simplex, Say. 

In ants' nests, near Newark, rare — Bischoff. 



112 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

C. basillaris, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

C. clavicornis, Lee. 

In ants' nests, near Newark — Bischoff. 

O. terminans, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

PRIONOCH^TA, Horn. 
P. opaca, Say. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. 

PTOMOPHAGUS, in. 
P. parasitus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

LIODBS, Latr. 
L. discolor, Melsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

AGATHIDIUM, 111. 
A. oniscoides, Beauv. 

Snake Hill, abundant on fallen trees — Linell. 

A. exiguum, Melsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. Generally distributed, rare — Lie- 
beck. 



Family SCYDM^NID^. 

SCYDM^NUS, Latr. 
S. perforatus, Schaum. 

Camden county, not common — Wenzel. 

S. fossiger, Lee. 

Camden, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Hudson county — 
Linell. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 113 

S. capillosulus, Lee. 

Ocean county, cranberry bogs, rare — Smith. 
S. brevicornis, Say. 

Ocean county, cranberry bogs, in May, rare — Smith. 
S. obscurellus, Lee. 

Ocean county, cranberry bogs, in May, rare — Smith. 
S. clavipee, Say. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 
S. salinator, Leo. 

Hudson county — Linell. Under stones and sticks in salt 
marshes, not r^e — Smith. 

S. bicolor, Leo. 

Camden county, not common — Wenzel. 



BRATHINUS, Leo. 
B. nitidus, Lee. 

Fort Lee, near running brooks, rare — Linell. 



FamUy PSELAPHIDiE. 

CBDIUS, Lee. 
C. ziegleri, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark ; rare. 

CTBNISTES, Reichenb. 
C. piceus, Lee. 

Camden, not rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

TYRUS, Aube. 
T. humeralis, Aube. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 



PSBLAPHUS, Hbst. 
P. erichsonii, Lee. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 



1L4 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

DBOARTHRON, Brend. 
D. abnorme, Lee 

Caniden, not rare — Liebeck. 

BATRISUS, Aube. 
B. monstrosus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. Ocean county, on cranberry bogs, 
in May — Smith. 
B. ferox, Lee. 

Camden, not rare — Liebeck. 

B. riparius, Say. 

Anglesea, in July, not common — Schwarz. 

B. globosus, Lee. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

BRYAXIS, Leach. 
B. brendelii, Horn. 

Ocean county, common on cranberry bogs, in May — Smith. 

B. rubicunda, Aube. 

Camden, not rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

B. puncticoUis, Lee. 

Ocean county, common on cranberry bogs, in May — Smith. 

TRIMIUM, Aube 
T. dubium, Lee. 

Ocean county, not uncommon on cranberry bogs, in May — 

Smith. 



Family STAPHYLINID^. 

PALA^GRIA, Mann. 
F. cingulata, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

F. dissecta, Er. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 115 

P. venustula, Er. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

HOMALOTA, Mann. 
H. plana, Gyll. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
H. trimaculata, Er. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
H. lividipennis, Mann. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

Three species at Anglesea, in July — Schwarz ; and there are 
many unnamed and unnamable species in collections generally. 

LOMBCHUSA, Grav. 
L. cava, Lee. 

Snake Hill, occurs in the nest of a large red ant — Linell. 

TACHYUSA, Er. 
T. cavicollis, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

T. nigrella, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

POLYSTOMA. Steph. 
P. maritima, Casey. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Cape May, in 
July — Schwarz. 

ALBOOHARA, Grav. 
A. lata, Grav. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. New Jersey — 

Collection United States National Museum. 

A. brachypterus, Fourc. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
A. bimaculata, Grav. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. New Jersey — 
Collection United States National Museum. 



116 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

A. nitida, Grav. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

OXYPODA, Mann. 
O. sagulata, Er. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

GYROPH^NA, Mann. 
G. vinula, Er. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



MYLLuENA, Er. 
M. rufipennis. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 



ACYL.OPHORUS, Nordm. 
A. pronus, Er. 

Snake Hill, Palisades, excessively common — Linell. Madison. 

HBTBROTHOPS, Steph. 
H. fumigatus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

QUBDIUS, Steph. 
Q. fulgidus, Fabr. 

Hudson county — Linell. Caldwell, common — Cmne. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

Q. peregrinus, Grav. 

New Jersey — Collection Horn and United States National 
Museum. Newark. 

Q. capucinus, Grav. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection Horn and 
United States National Museum. 

Q. laevigatus, Gyll. 

Brigantine Beach, mainland, in September — Hamilton. Hud- 
son county, rare — Linell. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 117 

Q. molochinus, Grav. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection United 
States National Museum, 

Q. brunneipennis, Mann. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, not uncommon — Hamilton. 
Q. ferox, Lee. 

Hudson county, rare — Linell. 
Q. vernix, Lee. 

Hudson county, rare — Linell. New Jersey — Collection United 
States National Museum. Newark. 

LISTOTROPHUS, Party. 
L. cingulatus, Grav. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. Madison. 

L. capitatjis, Bland. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



CRBOPHILUS, Kirby. 
C. villosus, Grav. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, 

in September — Hamilton. Caldwell, common — Crane. Hudson 

county — Linell. Newark. Madison. 



STAPHYLINUS, Linn. 
S. vulpinus, Nordm. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, not common — Hamilton. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey 

— Collection United States National Museum. 

S. maculosus, Grav. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Caldwell, common 
— Crane. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. Madison. I 
have taken it throughout the State, quite commonly. 

S. mysticus, Er. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. Madison. New Jersey — Collection United States Nat- 
ional Museum. 



118 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

S. tomentosus, Grav. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, rare — Hamilton. Hudson 
county — Linell. Newark. New Jersey — Collection United 
States National Museum. 

S. fossator, Grav. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, 

mainland, in September — Hamilton. New Jersey — Collection 
United States National Museum. 

S. cinnamopterus, Grav. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Hudson county, 
abundant — Linell. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. 
Madison. 

S. violaceus, Grav. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Madison. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

S. praelongus, Mann. . 

Brigantine Beach, in September, common — Hamilton. Angle- 
sea, in July — Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. 



OOYPUS, Kirby. 
O. ater, Grav. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, 

in September, occasional — Hamilton. Caldwell, common — 

Crane. Hudson county — Linell. 



BELONUOHUS. Nordm. 
B. formosus, Grav. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Hudson county 
— Linell. Newark. New Jersey — Collection United States 
National Museum. 

PHILONTHUS, Curt. 
P. aeneus, Rossi. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, frequent — Hamilton. Hud- 
son county — Linell. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. 
New Jersey — Collection , United States National Museum. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 119 

P. sericinus, Horn. 

Hudson county, rare — Linell. New Jersey — Collection 
United States National Museum. Newark. 

P. umbratilis, Grav. 

New Jersey — Collection Horn, one specimen. 

P. laetulus. Say. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

P. hepaticus, Er. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, frequent — Hamilton. Hud- 
son county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection United States 
National Museum. 

P. umbrinus, Grav. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, very rare — Hamilton. Hud- 
son county, rare — Linell. New Jersey — Collection Horn. 

P. quadricoUis, Horn. 

Newark. 
P. debilis, Grav. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
P. varians, Payk. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
P. longicornis, Steph. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — CoUeetiou United 
States National Museum. 

P. discoideus, Grav. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection United 
States National Museum. 

P. alumnus, Er. 

Palisades and Snake Hill, very common, in spring — Linell. 
Brigantine Beach, in September, rare — Hamilton. Anglesea, in 
July — Schwarz. New Jersey — Collection United States National 
Museum. 

P. fusiformis, Melsh. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, common — Hamilton. 
P. Bchwarzi, Horn. 

Snake Hill, one specimen — Lineal. Newark. 



120 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P. micans, Grav. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, frequent — Hamilton. 

P. lomatus, Er. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, 
in September, common — Hamilton. Palisades and Snake Hill, 
early in spring, common — Linell. 

P. brunneus, Grav. 

Hudson county — Linell. Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

P. cyanipennis, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, 
mainland, in September — Hamilton. Hudson county — Linell. 
Newark. 

P. blandus, Grav. 

Brigantine Beach, mainland, in September — Hamilton. Hud- 
son county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection United States 
National Museum. Newark. 

P. sordidus, Grav. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

P. cephalotes, Grav. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

P. nigritulus, Grav. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection United 
States National Museum. 

P. microphthalmus, Horn. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Anglesea, in 
July — Schwarz. 

P. baltimorensis, Grav. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson county, in 
rotten wood — Linell. Madison. New Jersey — Collection United 
States National Museum. 

P. apicalis, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. Cald- 
well, rare — Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 121 

ACTOBIUS, Steph. 
A. cinerascens, Grav. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection United 
States National Museum. 

A. nanus, Horn. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection Horn. 

A. sobrinus, Er. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

A. parous, Horn. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

A. psederoides, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, frequent — Hamilton. Hud- 
son county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection United States 
National Museum, 

CAPIUS, Steph. 
C. bistriatus, Er. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, abundant — Hamilton. Angle- 
sea, Cape May, in July — Schwarz. 



XANTHO LINUS, Serv. 
X. cephalus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Fort Lee, abundant 
under leaves in the woods — Linell. Brigantine Beach, in Sep- 
tember, frequent — Hamilton. 

X. obsidianus, Melsh. 

Generally distributed — Wenzel. New Jersey — Collection 
United States National Museum. 

X. emmesus, Grav. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection United 
States National Museum. 

X. obscurus, Er. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, frequent — Hamilton. Angle- 
sea, in July — Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. 



122 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

X. eanguinipennis, Lee. 

Anglesea and Cape May, in July — Schwarz. Hudson county, 
rare — Linell. 

X. pusillus, Sachse. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

X. hamatus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

LEPTACINUS, Er. 
L. batychrus, Gyll. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

DIOCHUS, Br. 
D. schaumii, Kraatz. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson 
county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection United States Nat- 
ional Museum. 

STBNUS, Latr. 
S. bipunctatus, Er. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

S. juno, Fabr. 

Palisades, Snake Hill, common in spring — Linell. New Jer- 
sey — Collection United States National Museum. 

3. femoratus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection United 
States National Museum. 

S. colonus, Er. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

S. stygicus, Say. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

S. sectilifer, Casey. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

S. flavicornis, Er. 

Palisades and Snake Hill, in spring, abundant — Linell. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 123 

S. annularis, Er. 

With the preceding and equally abundant ; same authorities. 
S. reconditus, Casey. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
S. arculus, Er. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 
S. punctatus, Er. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection United 
States National Museum. 

There will undoubtedly be many additions to this list, when 
the species now in collections are properly identified. 

EU^STHBTUS, Grav. 
E. americanus, Er. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. New Jersey — 

Collection United States National Museum. 

CRYPTOBIUM, Mann. 
C. badium, Grav. 

Snake Hill, abundant — Linell. New Jersey — Collection 
United States National Museum. 

O. lugubre, Leo. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, occasional — Hamilton. 
O. bicolor, Grav. 

Hudson county — Linell. Madison. Ocean county, on cran- 
berry bogs, in May, not common — Smith. 

C. pallipes, Grav. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. New Jersey — Collection United States National 
Museum. Ocean county, common on cranberry bogs, in May 
— Smith. 

C. latebricola, Nordm. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, occasional — Hamilton. 
Ocean county, common on cranberry bogs, in May — Smith. 
C. cribratum, Lee. 

Hudson county, rare — Linell. Madison. 



124 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

LATHROBIUM, Grav. 
L. grande, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
L. punctulatum, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

L. armatum, Say. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 
L. simile, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
L. seriatum, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, rare — Hamilton. 
L. longiusculum, Grav. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, common — Hamilton. Hud- 
son county — Linell. Newark. 

L. coUare, Er. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
L. dimidiatum, Say. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, rare — Hamilton. 

STILICUS, Latr. 
S. opaculus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

S. ang-ularis, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Generally distributed — Wenzel. 
Hudson county — Linell. 

S. biarmatus, Lee. 

Newark. 

MBGASTILTCUS, Casey. 
M. formicarius, Casey. 

Near Newark, in ant hills ; not rare. 

LITHOCHARIS, Er. 
L. corticina, Grav. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. New Jersey — Col- 
lection United States National Museum. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 125 

L. confluens, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties — Wenzel. Hudson county 
— Linell. New Jersey — Collection United States National 
Museum. Madison. 

P^DBRUS, Grav. 
P. littorarius, Grav. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, abundant — Hamilton. Hud- 
son county — Linell. Newark. Camden and Gloucester counties 
— Wenzel. Madison. 

P. obliteratus, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, less common — Hamilton. 



SUNIUS, Steph. 
S. prolixus, Er. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, common — Hamilton. 

Newark. 

S. longiusculus, Mann. 

Gloucester and Camden counties, common — Wenzel. Hudson 
county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection United States Nat- 
ional Museum. 

PALAMINUS, Er. 
P. normalis, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

TACHINUS, Grav. 
T. memnonius, Grav. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

T. repandus, Horn. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

T. flavipennis, Dej. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

T. fimbriatus, Grav. 

Brigantine Beach, mainland, in September — Hamilton. Cam- 
den and Gloucester counties, rather common — Wenzel. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



126 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

T. limbatus, Melsh. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

T. pallipes, Grav. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



TACHYPORUS, Grav. 
T. jocosus, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Weazel. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

T. chrysomelinus, Linn. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. New Jersey — 
Collection United States National Museum. 

T. brunneus, Er. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



ERCHOMUS, Mots. 
B. ventriculus, Say. 

Brigantine Beach, mainland, in September — Hamilton. Cam- 
den and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. Newark. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



CONOSOMA, Kraatz. 
C. crassum, Grav. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. New Jersey — Col- 
lection United States National Museum. 

C. pubescens, Payk. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. Madison. 

C, basale, Er. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

C. opicum, Say. 

Ocean county, under bark — Smith. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 127 

BOLBTOBIUS, Leach. 
B. cingulatus, Mann. 

Newark. 
B. intrusus, Horn. 

Brigantine Beach, mainland, in September — Hamilton. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Mueeum. 

B. cincticollis, Say. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
B. anticus, Horn. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
B. pygmseus, Fabr. 

Brigantine Beach, mainland, in September — Hamilton. 
B. trinotatus, Er. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Brigantine Beach, mainland, 
in September — Hamilton. New Jersey — Collection United 
States National Museum. 

B. cinctus, Grav. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. New Jersey — 
Collection United States National Museum. 

Var. gentilis, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, mainland, in September — Hamilton. 

BRYOPORUS, Kraatz. 
B. rufescens, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

MYCETOPORUS, Mann. 
M. americanus, Er. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. New Jersey — Collection United 
States National Museum. 

OXYPORUS, Fabr. 
O. femoralis, Grav. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



128 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

O. major, Grav. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not rare — Wenzel. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

O. vittatus, Grav. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

O. lateralis, Grav. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not rare — Wenzel. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

BLBDIUS, Leach. 
B. pallipennis, Er. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 

B. mandibularis, Er. 

Brigantine Beach', salt marshes, September, common — Hamil- 
ton. 

B. brevidens, Lee. 

Atlantic county — Wenzel. 

B. politus, Er. 

Brigantine Beach, salt marshes, September, frequent — Hamil- 
ton. 

B. basalis, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, salt marshes, common — 
Hamilton. Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. New Jersey — Col- 
lection United States National Museum. 

B. cordatus. Say. 

Brigantine Beach, common in salt marshes, September — 
Hamilton. 

PLATYSTETHUS, Mann. 
P. americanus, Er. 

Brigantine Beach, common, September — Hamilton. New 
Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

OXYTBLUS, Grav. 
O. rugosus, Grav. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 129 

O. pennsylvanicus, Er. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

O. insignitus, Grav. 

Brigantine Beach, September — Hamilton. New Jersey — Col- 
lection United States National Museum. 

O. nitidulus, Grav. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

O. exiguus, Er. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

TROGOPHLCBUS, Mann. 
T. simplarius, Leo. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

T. arcifer, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 

T. 4-punctatus, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties — Wenzel. New Jersey — 
Collection United States National Museum. 



APOCBLLUS, Er. 
A. sphsericoUis, Say. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. New Jersey - 
Collection United States National Museum. 



GEODROMICUS, Redt. 
G. csesus, Er. 

Gloucester and Camden counties — Wenzel. 

OLOPHRUM, Br. 
O. obtectum, Er. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 
Madison. Newark. 



HOMALIUM, Grav. 
H. ruflpes, Grav. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



130 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

GLYPTOMA, Er. 
G. Gostale, Er. 

New Jersey — Collection United States National Museum. 



Family TRICHOPTERYGID^. 

PTILIUM, Er. 
P. hornianura, Math. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

PTBNIDIUM, Er. 
P. ulkei, Math. 

Cape May, in July — Schwarz. 

P. atomaroides, Mots. 

Cape May, in July — Schwarz. 

TRICHOPTERYX, Kirby. 
T. haldemanni, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 



Family SCAPHIDIIB^. 

SCAPHIDIUM, Oliv. 
S. quadriguttatum, Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. 
S. piceum, Mots. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Wenzel, Liebeck. 

SCAPHISOMA, Leach. 
S. convexum, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck, Wenzel. Newark. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 131 

Family PHALACRIDiE. 

PHALACRUS, Payk. 
P. politus, Melsh. 

Taken in Ocean county — Smith. 

OLIBRUS, Er. 
O. lecontei, Casey. 

"Atlantic States ; not rare." 
O. consimilis, Marsh. 

Newark. Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. 
O. nitidus, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. 

STILBUS, Seidl. 
S. subalutaceus, Casey. 

Cape May ; only recorded locality. 

LITOCHRUS, Er. 
L. iramaculatus, Casey. 

" New Jersey " — Casey. 



Family CORYLOPHID^. 

SACIUM, Leo. 
S. amabile, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 
S. fasciatum, Say. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz, Newark. 
S. lunatum, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 
S. nova species, Schwarz dixit. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 



132 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

ARTHROLIPS, ^Woll. 
A. marginicoUis, Lee. 

I have taken this in the State, exact locality unknown — Smith. 

CORYLOPHUS, Staph. 
C. truncatus, Lee. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not rare — Wenzel. 

RHYPOBIUS, Lee. 
R. marinus, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, common — Hamilton. Angle- 
sea, in July, common — Schwarz. 

ORTHOPERUS, Staph. 
O. glaber, Lee. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

O. scutellarie, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 



Family COCCINELLIDiE. 

ANISOSTICTA, Dup. 
A. seriata, Melsh. 

Sea-shore, not rare — Wenzel. Atlantic City, moderately 
abundant — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, in September, frequent 
— Hamilton. Cape May, in July — Schwarz. New Jersey — 
Linell. 
A. strigata, Tlmnb, 

Hudson county — Linell. 

MEGILLA, Muls. 
M. maculata, De G. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Brigan- 
tine Beach, in September, common — Hamilton. Hudson county, 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 133 

common — Linell. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. Madi- 
son. New Brunswick. 



HIPPODAMIA, Muls. 
H. glacialis, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county, abundant — Linell. New Brunswick. Ocean county, 
common — Smith. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. Madi- 
son. 

H. convergens, Guer. 

Common throughout the State. Reported as abundant by all 
observers. 

H. 13-punctata, Linn. 

Hudson county, not common — Linell. Caldwell, common — 
Crane. 

H. parenthesis, Say. 

Occurs throughout the State ; moderately abundant. Reported 
by all collectors. 

COCCINELLA, Linn. 
C. aflBnis, Rand. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. 

O. trifasciata, Linn. 

Newark, Madison ; not common. 

O. novemnotata, Hbst. 

Common throughout the State. 
C. sanguinea, Linn. 

Common throughout the State. 

ADALIA, Muls. 
A. bipuncta, Linn. 

Common throughout the State. 

HARMONIA, Muls. 
H. picta, Rand. 

Gloucester, Dacosta, common — Liebeck. Camden, Gloucester 

and Atlantic counties, common — Wenzel. Hudson county — 

Linell. New Brunswick, not common — Smith. 



134 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 



MYSIA, Muls. 
M. pullata, Say. 

Westville, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Common in 

spring — Wenzel. 

ANATIS, Muls. 
A. 15-punctata, Oliv. 

Reported from all parts of the State ; not rare. 

PSYLLOBORA, Muls. 
P. 20-raaculata, Say. 

Common throughout the State. 



CHILOCORUS, Leach. 
O. bivulnerus, Mels. 

Moderately common throughout the State. 



EXOCHOMUS, Redt. 
B. marginipennis, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Dacosta, rare — Liebeck. 
E. tripustulata, De G. 

Generally distributed, more common on the shore — Wenzel. 
Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. 

PENTILIA, Muls. 
P. misella, Lee. 

Anglesea—r Wenzel. 

BRACHYACANTHA, Chevr. 
B. dentipes, Fabr, 

Anglesea, rare — Wenzel. Woodbury, rare — Liebeck. 
B. ursina, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 
Var. 10-pustulata, Melsh. 

With the type ; generally less common. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 135 

* HYPERASPIS, Chevr. 
H. fimbriolata, Melsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
H. undulata, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. 

H. lewisii, Cr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 
H. signata, Oliv. 

Generally distributed^ not rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. 

H. proba, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. 
H. bigeminata, Rand. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 

SCYMNUS, Kug. 
S; bioculatus, Muls. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 

S. terminatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. 

S. americanus, Muls. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 
S. fraternus, Leo. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. 

S. haemorrhous, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. 
S. punctatus, Melsh. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

COCCIDULA, Kug. 
C. lepida, Lee. 

Gloucester ; rare. 



136 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

BPILACHNA. Chevr. . 
B. borealis, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Wenzel, Liebeck. 

New Brunswick. Newark. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

Unlike all others of this family, this species is a leaf feeder 
and injurious ; all the others are highly beneficial. When more 
careful collections are made, the number of our species in some 
genera will be largely increased. 



Family ENDOMYCHID^. 

RHANIS, Leo. 
R. unicolor, Ziegl. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Camden and Gloucester 

counties, not common — Wenzel. 

LYCOPBRDINA, Latr. 
L. ferruginea, Lee. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. 
Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

APHORISTA, Gorh. 
A. vittata, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Gloucester, rare — 

Liebeck. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

MYCETINA, Muls. 
M. perpulchra, Newn. 

Newark — Bischoff. 
M. testacea, Ziegl. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Sea-shore, rare 
— Liebeck. 

PHYMAPHORA, Newn. 
P. pulchella, Newn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Madison. Newark. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 137 

STENOTARSUS, Perty. 
S. hispidus, Hbst, 

Atlantic and Cape May counties, not common — Wenzel. 

Atlantic City, Landisville, rare — Liebeck. Newark. 

EPIPOCUS, Germ. 
E. cinctus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 

BNDOMYCHUS, Panz. 
B. biguttatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hud- 
son county — Linell. 



Family EROTYLID-ffi. 

LANGURIA, Latr. 
L. bicolor, Fabr. 

Camden, rare — Wenzel. Westville, sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, two specimens — Hamilton. 

Newark. 

L. mozardi, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Caldwell, common — Crane. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

L. tsedata, Lee. 

Sea-shore, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson county — 
Linell. 

Li. angustata, Beauv. 

Generally distributed, riot rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. Newark. 

Var. trifasciata, Say. • 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Newark. 

L. gracilis, Newn. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Gloucester, 
rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 



138 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

DACNE, Latr. 
D. 4-raaculata, Say. 

New Jersey, exact locality unknown, rare — Liebeck. 



MEGALODACNB. Cr. 
M. fasciata, Fahr. 

Generally distributed, rather coniraon — Liebeck. Same, except 

sea- shore — Wenzel. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. 



ISCHYRUS, Lac. 
I. 4-punctatus, Oliv. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

MYCOTRBTUS, Lac. 
M. pulchra, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

TRITOMA, Fabr. 
T. humeralis, Fabr, 

Generally distributed, not common — Liebeck, Wenzel. Brig- 
antine Beach, mainland, in September — Hamilton. Hudson 
county — Linell. 

T. biguttata, Say. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Brigantine Beach, mainland, 
in September — Hamilton. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

T. angulata, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection Horn. 
T. unicolor, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
T. thoracica, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, rare — 
X<iebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

T. flavicoUis, Lee. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck, Wenzel. 
Brigantine Beach, mainland, in September — Hamilton. Hudson 
county — Linell. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 139 

Family COLYDIIDiE. 

SYNCHITA, Hellw. 
S. obscura, Horn. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

S. fuliginosa, Melsh. 

Hudson county — LinelJ. 

DITOMA, Illig. 
D. quadriguttata, Say. 

Dacosta, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 



COXELUS, Latr. 
C. guttulatus, Lee. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 



PENTHE3LISPA, Pasc. 
P. hsematodes, Fabr. 

A nglesea — Wenzel . 

AULONIUM, Br. 

A. parallelopipedum, Say. 

Hudson county, not common — Linell. 

COLYDIUM, Fabr. 
C. lineola, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. Hudson 

county — Linell . 

BOTHRIDERBS, Er. 

B. geminatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. 

CERYLON, Latr. 

C. castaneum, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. 



140 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

PHILOTHBRMUS, Aube. 
P. g-labriculus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Rare- 
Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. 



Family RHYSSODID^. 

CLINIDIUM, Kirby. 
O. sculptile, Newn. 

Ganerally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Camden and Glou- 
cester counties, rare — Wenzel. 



Family CUCUJIDiE. 

SILVANUS, Latr. 
S. surinamensis, Linn. 

Generally distributed ; often injurious to stored grain. Com- 
mon in the mangers, in stables. 

S. bidentatus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. 

S. planatus, Germ. 

Brigantine Beach, mainland, in September — Hamilton. Hud- 
son county — Linell. Newark. 

S. imbellis, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. 
S. advena, Waltl. 

I have taken this rarely, under bark. 



NAUSIBIUS. Redt. 
N. dentatus, Marsh. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. . 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 141 

CATOGBNUS, T^estw. 
C. rufus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Locally common — 
Wenzel. Caldwell, rare — Crane. Hudson county — Linell. 
Newark. 

CUCUJUS, Fabr. 
O. clavipes, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Fort Lee, abundant in fall — Linell. Caldwell, common — Crane. 
Newark. 

L^MOPHLCEJUS, Lap. 
L. biguttatus, Say. 

Westville, not uncommon — Liebeck. Anglesea, in July — 
Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. 

L. fascia tus, Melsh. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Newark. 

L. convexulus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

L. adustus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

L. teetaceus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

LATHROPUS, Er. 
L. vernalis, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. 



BRONTES, Fabr. 
B. dubius, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Camden, not uncommon 

— Liebeck. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. 

B. debilis, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. Mr. Linell adds, '^ according to 
Captain Casey, the northern form is not dubius." 



142 GEOLOGICAL SQRVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

TELE PH ANUS, Br. 
T. velox, Hald. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. Brigantine 

Beach, in September — Hamilton. Hudson county — Linell. 

Newark. 



Family CRYPTOPHAGID.ZE.* 

TBLMATOPHILUS, Heer. 
T. americanus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

LOBERUS, Leo. 
L. impressus, Lee. 

I have taken this either in Hudson or Essex county, rarely. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

TOMARUS, Lee. 
T. pulchellus, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. 

ANTHEROPHAGUS, Latr. 
A. ochraceus, Melsh. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

ATOM ARIA, Steph. 
A. ephippiata, Zimm. 

Camden, moderately common — Liebeck. Hudson county — 
Linell. Newark — Loeffler. 



Family MYCETOPHAGID^. 

MYCBTOPHAGUS, Hellw. 
M. punctatus. Say. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. 

*A number of species in this family are in collections, awaiting identification. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTlS. 143 

M. flexuosus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. 
M. melsheimeri, Lee. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. 
M. pluripunctatus, Lee. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 
M. pini, Ziegl. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

LITARGUS, Er. 
L. sex-punctatus, Say. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. 

L. didesmus, Say. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. 



TYPHCBA, Steph. 
T. fumata, Linn. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Newark — Loeffler. 



Family DERMESTID^. 

BYTURUS, Latr. 
B. unicolor, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — 

Linell. 

DERMESTBS, Linn. 
D. caninus, Germ. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck, Wenzel. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Newark. 

D. lardarius, Linn. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Brigan- 
tine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Caldwell, common — 
Crane. Newark. Madison. 



144 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

D. vulpinus, Fabr. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Generally distributed — Wenzel. 
Caldwell, common — Crane. 

D. frischii, Kug. 

Sea-shore, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, 
in September, abundant — Hamilton. 

ATTAGENUS, Latr. 
A. piceus, Oliv. 

Common throughout the State. 

TROGODBRMA, Latr. 
T. ornatutn, Say. 

I have taken specimens on flowers. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
T. tarsale, Melsh, 

Generally distributed, rather common — Liebeck. Sometimes 
quite annoying as a museum pest. 

ANTHRBNUS, Geoflfr. 
A. scrophularise, Linn. 

New Brunswick; excessively abundant in April. This is the 
carpet beetle, the parent of the so-called " Buffalo Moth." 
Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. 

A. varius, Fabr. 

Generally distributed ; common. This is the ordinary museum 
pest, so often injurious to all dried specimens of animals or 
plants. 

A. musseorum, Linn. 

Also a museum pest, but more rare than the preceding. 

CRYPTORHOPALUM, Guer. 
O. ruficorne, Lee. 

Not uncommon on flowers in Ocean county. 

O. triste, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, mainland, in September, on Solidago — 
Hamilton. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 145 

ORPHILUS, Br. 



O. glabratus, Fabr. 

Not uncommon on flowers. 



Family HISTERID^. 

HOLOLEPTA, Payk. 

H. quadridentata, Fabr. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

H. lucida, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

H. fossularis, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. 

Gloucester, Dacosta, rare — Liebeck. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

HISTBR, Linn. 
H. arcuatus, Say. 

Sea-shore, not rare — Wenzel, Brigantine Beach, in Septem- 
ber, frequent — Hamilton. Newark. Madison. 

H. biplagiatus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Westville, not 
uncommon — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, in September, rare — 
Hamilton. 

H. interruptus, Beau v. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county, common — Linell. Newark. 

H. marg-inicollis, Lee. 

Madison — Paulmier. 

H. abbreviatus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, 

in September, frequent — Hamilton. Newark. Hudson county — 
Linell. 



146 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

H. civilis, Lee. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. Camden and Gloucester counties, 
not common — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, in September, less 
frequent — Hamilton. 

H. furtivus, Lee. 

Madison — Paulmier. 

H. depurator, Say, 

Hudson county — Linell. A common species near Jersey City. 

H. bimaculatus, Linn. 

Sea- shore, rare — Liebeck. Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. 
Caldwell, common — Crane. Madison. 

H. sedecimstriatus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

H. americanus, Payk. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. 

H. perplexus, Lee. 

I have found this not uncommon in the State. 

H. exaratus, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, rare — Hamilton. 

H. subrotundatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck, Wenzel. Hudson 
county — Linell. Newark. 

H. vernus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. 

H, carolinus, Payk. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck. Under bark — 
Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. 

H. lecontei, Mars. 

Generally distributed, under bark — Wenzel. Westville, not 
uncommon — Liebeck. Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark. Hud- 
son county — Linell. 

H. parallelus, Say. 

Not uncommon under bark — Wenzel. Madison. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 147 



H. attenuatus, Lee, 

Under bark, rather rare — Wenzel. 



BPIERUS, Er. 
B. pulicarius, Er. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, under bark, not common — 

Wenzel. 

HET^RIUS, Er. 
H. brunnipennis, Rand. 

Orange Mountains, in ants' nests, not rare — Linell and New- 
ark list. 

PAROMALUS, Br. 
P. sequalis, Say. 

Snake Hill, under bark — Linell. Generally distributed, under 

bark — Wenzel. 

P. estriatus, Lee. 

Snake Hill, under bark — Linell. 

P. geminatus, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, rare — Hamilton. 

P. 14-striatus, Steph. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Snake Hill, 
under bark — Linell. 

P. bistriatus, Er. 

Snake Hill, under bark — Linell. 
P. seminulum, Er. 

Snake Hill, under bark — Linell. ' 

Mr. Linell adds that these species are found under bark of 
freshly-cut, not decayed stumps, but where the sap is still flowing. 



SAPRINUS, Er. 
■S, pennsylvanicus, Payk. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Brigan- 
tine Beach, in September, common — Hamilton. Sandy Hook, 
common — Smith. This species is abundant all along the sea- 
shore, under carrion. 



148 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

S. assimilis, Payk. 

Sea-shore, not uncommon — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, in 
September — Hamilton. Atlantic City — Castle. 

S. spheeroides, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, rare — Hamilton. 

S. fraternus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Anglesea, in July 
— Schwarz. Brigantine Beach, in September, common — Hamil- 
ton. Sandy Hook, common — Smith. Caldwell, common — 
Crane. 

S. patruelis, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, frequent — Hamilton. Cape 
May, in July — Schwarz. 

S. dimidiatipennis, Lee. 

Sea-shore, rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. 



PLBGADBRUS, Br. 
P. transversus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Atlantic City 

— Castle. 

^LETBS, Horn. 
A. politus, Lee. 

Ocean county, common on cranberry bogs, in May — Smith. 



Family NITIDULID^. 

Under this family Mr. Linell remarks : " Sap beetles are, in my 
experience, most abundant in September and October, on tree stumps 
cut in the spring of the same year." Mr. Wenzel also says that 
decaying fruit in the fall is prolific in species of this family. 



BRACHYPTBRUS, Br. 
B. urticsB, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. I have taken it 

near Hoboken. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 149 

CEROUS, Latr. 
C. abdominalis, Er. 

Westville, not uncommon — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

Newark. 

CARPOPHILUS, Steph. 
C. hemipterus, Linn. 

Hudson county, not rare locally — Linell. 
C. niger, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. 

C corticinus, Er. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. 

C brachypterus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
C. antiquus, jNIelsb. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

I have taken all these myself on the wooded slopes of the 
Palisades. 

COLASTUS, Br. 
C. maculatus, Er. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

C. semitectus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. 

C unicolor, Say. 

Same as before. 
C truncatus, Rand, 

Same as before. 

All these are about equally common. 

CONOTBLUS, Er. 
C obscurus, Er. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Brigantiue Beach, in 
September — Hamilton. Hudson county— Linell. 



150 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

EPUR^A, Br, 
E. helvola, Zr. 

Generally distributed, not rare — TVenzel. Anglesea, in July 
— Schwarz. Brigantine Beach, mainland, in September — 
Hamilton. Hudson county — Linell. 
B. nifa, Say, 

Hudson county — Linell. Madison. 
E. avara, Eand. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
B, peltoides, Horn. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

E. labilis, Er. 

Generally distributed, common — TVenzel, Hudson county — 
Linell, 

NITIDULA, Fabr, 
N. nifipes, Linn. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, in September — 
Hamilton. Hudson county — Linell. Madison. 

N. ziczac, Say. 

Common all over the State. 



STELIDOTA, Er. 
S. geminata, Say. 

Generally distributed — "Wenzel. Westville, rare — Liebeck. 
Hudson county — Linell. 

S. S-macrolata, Say. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. 
S. strigosa, Gyll. 

Brigantine Beach, mainland, in September — Hamilton. 



PROMETOPIA, Er. 
P. 6-ina-culata, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
countv — Linell. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 1-51 

PHENOLIA. Er. 
P. STOSsa, Fabr. 

Generallv distributed, not uii-xrain;ii — W^rzei. L 

Huds'^n <»imtv — Linell. Newark. 



OMOSITA, Er. 
O. colon, Lin-. 

Generally distributed, wmmon — Wenzel. Lieb-eok, Brigsua- 

tine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Hudson county — 

Linell. Xewark. 

SORRONIA, Br. 
S. gnttnlata, Le:. 

Hudson eotinty, rare — Linell. 

S. und'olata. Say. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Wenzel. 
Hudson county — Linell. 

S, ulkei, Lee. 

Sea-sbore. rare — Liebeck. 



POCADIUS. Er. 
P. helvolus. E". 

Fon Lee. abundant — Linell. Generally distributed, not com- 
mon — Wenzel. 

P. infi:scaras. Eeitter. 

New Jersev — One specimen id Pr. Horn's collection. 



0XTCNEMU5. Er. 
O. histrina, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Sea-shore, rare 

— Liebeck. Hudson countv — Linell. 



AMPHICROSSUS. Er. 
A. ciliatus, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — 

Liuell. 



152 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

PALLODBS, Br. 
P. silaceus. Er. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Anglesea, in July- 

Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. Madison. 



CYCHRAMUS, Kug. 
C. adustus, Er. 

Near Hoboken, rare — Smith. 



CRYPTARCHA, Shuck. 
C. ampla, Er. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

C. strigata, Fabr. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark — Loeftler. 
C. concinna, Melsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

IPS, Fabr. 
I. obtusus, Say. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Snake Hill, rare — Linell. Newark. 
I. fasciatus, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Brigautine 
Beach, in September — Hamilton. Hudson county — Linell. 
Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark. 

I. sanguinolentus, Oliv. 

Camden. Gloucester county, not uncommon — Wenzel. 
Westville, not uncommon — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 
Newark. 

I. cylindricus, Lee. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

RHIZOPHAGUS, Hbst. 
R. cylindricus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. 

R. bipunctatus. Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 153 

Family LATRIDIIDiE. 

STBPHOSTETHUS, Lee. 
S. liratus, Lee. 

Generally distributed and locally not rare — Smith. 

CORTICARIA, Marsh. 
C. deleta, Mann. 

Generally distributed, not common — Smith. Newark — 

Loeflfler. 

C. americana, Mann. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

■C. longipennis, Lee. 

Newark — Loeffler. 

C cavicoUis, Mann. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

C. simplex, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 



Family TROGOSITIDiE. 

NEMOSOMA, Latr. 
N. parallelum, Melsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark ; rare. 



TROGOSITA, Oliv. 
T. virescens, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 

Newark. 

TBNBBRIOIDBS, PaU. 
T. corticalis, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 

Hudson county — Linell. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



154 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

T. castanea, Melsh. 

Generally distributed — Wenzel. Camden, rare — Liebeck. 
Hudson county — Linell. 

T. bimaculata, Melsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

THYMALUS, Duft. 
T. fulgidus, Er. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

MONOTOMA, Hbst. 
M. producta, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, abundant — Hamilton. 

Anglesea, in July, common — Schwarz. 

M. picipes, Hbst. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

BACTRIDIUM, Leo. 
B. ephippigerum, Guer. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

B. striolatum, Reit. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

B. cavicolle, Horn. 

Hudson county — Linell. 



Family BYRRHID^. 

NOSODENDRON, Latr. 
N. unicolor, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. 



CYTILUS, Er. 
C. sericeus, Forst. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 155 

BYRRHUS, Linn. 



B. americanus, Lee. 

Sea-shore, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 



Family PARNID^. 

PSEPHBNUS, Hald. 
P. lecontei, Lee. 

Newark ; not common. 

DRYOPS, Oliv. 
D. lithophilus, Germ. 

Clifton, abundant — LinelL Newark. 
D. fastigiatus, Say. 

Clifton, abundant — Linell. New Jersey — Collection Roberts. 
Newark — Bischoff. 

D. etriatus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection Roberts. 

ELMIS, Latr. 

E. 4-notatus, Say. 

Clifton — Linell. New Jersey — Collection Roberts. 
E. pusillus, Lee. 

Clifton, not rare — Linell. 

STENELMIS, Dup. 
S. crenatus, Say. 

Clifton, abundant — Linell. New Jersey — Collection Roberts. 
S. vittipennis, Zimm. 

Clifton, not common — Linell. 
S. quadrimaculatus, Horn. 

Newark — Bischoif. 

MACRONYCHUS, MulL 
M. glabratus, Say. 

Clifton, common^Linell. New Jersey — Collection Roberts. 



156 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

ANCYRONYX, Er. 
A. varieg-atus, Germ. 

Cliftou, not common — Linell. New Jersey — Collection 
Roberts. 



Family H£T£ROC£RID^. 

HETBROCERUS, Pabr. 
H. tristis, Mann. 

Sea- shore, rare — Liebeck. 
H. fatuus, Kies. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. Newark. 
H. substriatus, Kies. 

Sea-shore, not rare — Wenzel. 
H. mollinus, Kies. 

Sea-shore, not rare — Wenzel. 
H. coUaris, Kies. 

.Sea-shore, not rare — Wenzel. 
H. brunneus, Melsh. 

Newark ; a single specimen. 



Family DASCYLLID^. 

EURYPOGON, Mots. 
E. niger, Melsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark — Bischoff. 

ODONTONYX, Guer. 
O. trivittis, Germ. 

Newark — Bischoff. 

PTILODACTYLA, Lat. 
P. serricollis, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 157 

EUCINBTUS, Germ. 
B. terminalis, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

BCTOPRIA, Lee. 

B. nervosa, Melsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

HBLODBS, Latr. 
H. thoracica, Guer. 

Newark. Not uncommon in Ocean and Monmouth counties. 

SCIRTBS, 111. 
S. orbiculatue, Fabr. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

S. tibialis, Guer. 

I have several times taken this in the State. 

CYPHON, Payk. 

C. collaris, Guer. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
C. variabilis, Thunb. 

Common on flowers, Ocean and Monmouth counties. Angle- 
sea, in July — Schwarz. 



Family RHIPIC£RIDiE. 

SANDALUS, Knoch. 
S. petrophya, Knoch. 

Northern Jersey, rare — Liebeck. Newark. 



Family ELATERID^. 

MBLASIS, Oliv. 

M. pectinicornis, Melsh. 

Newark. Atlantic City — Castle. 



158 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

THAROPS, Lap. 
T. ruflcornis, Say. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

DBLTOMBTOPUS, Bonv. 
D. amoenicornis, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — 
Linell. 

MICRORRHAGUS, Bach. 
M. triangularis, Say. 

Newark, compared with Dr. Horn's specimens. Madison. 

ADELOOBRA, Latr. 
A, marmorata, Fabr. 

Gloucester and Camden counties, not common — Wenzel. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

A. discoidea, Web. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
A. maculata, Lee. 

Exact locality unknown ; rare ; not taken recently — -Liebeck. 

CHALCOLBPIDIUS, Bsch. 
C. viridipilis, Say. 

Gloucester and Camden counties, not rare — Wenzel. West- 
ville, rare — Liebeck. 

ALAUS, Bsch. 
A. oculatus, Linn. 

Occurs everywhere in the State, not uncommonly. 
A. myops, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Occurs throughout the pine districts ; more common southward. 

CARDIOPHORUS, Bsch. 
■C. cardisce, Say. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 159 

O. gagates, Er. 

Madison — Paulmier. 

O. robustus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 

HORISTONOTUS, Cand. 
H. curiatus, Say. 

Gloucester and Camden counties, not common — Wenzel. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

ORYPTOHYPNUS, Bsch. 
G. guttulatus, Melsh. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. 
C. pulchellus, Linn. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 
C. obliquatulus, Melsh. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. Ocean county, not rare — Smith. 

MONOORBPIDIUS, Bsch. 
M. lividus, De G. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck, Wenzel. Hudson 

county — Linell. 

M. vespertinus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck, Wenzel. Hudson 
county — Linell. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

M. auritus, Hbst. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not uncommon — Wenzel. 
Westville, rather common — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, main- 
land, in September, common — Hamilton. Hudson county — 
Linell. Madison. Ocean county — Smith. 

M. bellus, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not uncommon — Wenzel. 
Westville, Gloucester, not uncommon — Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. 

BLATBR, Linn. 

B. hepaticus, Melsh. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not rare — Wenzel. 



160 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

E. pedalis, Germ. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Atco, rare — Lie- 
beck. 

E, mixtus, Hbst. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 
E. nigricoUis, Hbst. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Rare — Liebeck. 
Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

B. linteus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Rare — Liebeck. 
Hudson county — Linell. 

B. eayi, Lee. 

Gloucester and Camden counties, very rare — Wenzel. New 
Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 

E. rubricoUis, Hbst. 

Gloucester and Camden counties, rare — Wenzel. Westville,, 
rare — Liebeck. Newark. 

E. nigricans, Germ. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

B. rubricus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 
Ocean county, rare — Smith. 

B. coUaris, Say. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. 

E. sanguinipennis, Say. 

Brigantine Beach, mainland, in September, very rare — 
Hamilton. 

E. xanthomus, Germ. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. Dacosta, 
rare — Liebeck. 

E. obliquus, Say, 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. Newark. Ocean county, rare — Smith. 

E. pusio, Germ. 

Hudson county — Linell. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 161 

DRASTERIUS, Bech. 
D. elegans, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. Newark. 
D. amabilis, Lee. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. Camden, 
rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

MEGAPBNTHES, Kies. 
M. limbalis, Hbst. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — 

Linell. Newark. 

M. rufllabris, Germ. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

LUDIUS, Latr. 
L. attenuatus, Say. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Caldwell, 

rare — Crane. 

L. abruptus, Say. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Cald- 
well, rare — Crane. 

AGRIOTUS, Esch. 
A. mancus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. Caldwell, rave — Crane. 
A. ineanus, Cand. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
A. pubescens, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Camden and Gloucester 
counties, not common — Wenzel. 

A. oblongicoUie, Melsh. 

As before : also Hudson county — Linell. 

DOLOPIUS, Esch. 
D. lateralis, Esch. 

Landisville, Atco, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



162 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

BBTARMON, Kies. 
B. bigeminatus, Rand. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

GLYPHONYX, Cand. 
G. recticoUis, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — 
Linell. Ocean county, in May, common — Smith. 

G. testaceus, Melsh. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not rare — Wenzel. Angle- 
sea, in July — Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. Ocean 
county, in May, common — Smith. 

MBLANOTUS, Bsch. 
M. decumanus, Er. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. 
M. secretus, Lee. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 
M. ignobilis, Melsh. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 
M. depressus, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. 

M. tsenicollis, Lee. 

New Jersey. All of Dr. Horn's specimens are so marked. 
M. glandicolor, Melsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

M. fissilis, Say. 

Occurs commonly throughout the State. 

M. comniunis, Gyll. 

Occurs commonly throughout the State. 

M, exuberans, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 
M. parumpunctatus, INIelsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 163 

M. cribulosus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. 
M. tenax, Say. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 
M. americanus, Hbst. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hud- 
son county — Linell. 

M. insipiens, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. 
M. variolatus, Lee. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 



LIMONIUS, Bsch. 
L. auripilis, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. Atco, rare — 
Liebeck. 

Li. stigma, Hbst. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 
L. griseus, Beauv. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. 

L. confusus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. 
L. plebeius, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
L. eager, Lee. 

Not rare in Ocean county. 

Li. quercinus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck. Hudson county — 
Linell. Madison. I have taken this abundantly in Ocean 
county. 

L. basillaris, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck, Wenzel. 
Li. agonus, Say. 

Atlantic City — Castle. 



164 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

L. nimbatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — 
Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

PITYOBIUS, Lee. 
P. anguinus, Lee. 

Atlantic City, rare, not taken recently — Liebeck. Atlantic 

City, Dacosta — Castle. 

ATHOUS, Eech. 
A. brightwelli, Kirby. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

A. acanthus, Say. 

Hudson county— Linell. 

A. cucullatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. Anglesea, in July 
— Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. 

A. equestris, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 

A. limbatus, Lee. 

Atlantic City — Castle. 

CESTODES, Lee. 
O. tenuieollis, Rand. 

Ocean county ; not common. 

SERICOSOMUS, Steph. 
S. viridanus, Say. 

Sea- shore, rare — Liebeck. 

S. debilis, Say. 

Landisville, rare — Liebeck. 

CORYMBITES, Latr. 
C. tesselatus, Linn. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. 

C. cylindriformis, Hbst. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Caldwell, 
common — Crane. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 165 

O. pyrrhos, Hbst. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Hudson county — Linell. Newark. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

O. bivittatus, Melsh. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 

C. tarsalis, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon- — Liebeck, Wenzel. 

C. sulcicollis, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 

C. aethiops, Hbst. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. 
Newark. 

C. hieroglyphicus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. Newark. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

C. metallicus, Payk. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. 

C. inflatus, Lee. 

Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

ASAPHES, Kirby. 
A. decoloratus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. Not an uncommon species in the 
Orange Mountains. Madison. 

A. memnonius, Hbst. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. Newark. Caldwell, common — Crane. Madi- 
son. 

A. bilobatus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

MBLANACTBS, Leo. 
M. piceus, Deg. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Camden and Gloucester 

counties, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 



166 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

M. morio, Fabr. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson 
county — Linell. Newark. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

CBBRIO, Oliv. 
C. bicolor, Fabr. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. 



PEROTHOPS, Er. 
P. mucida, Gyll. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. 



Family THROSCIDiE. 

DRAPETES, Redt. 
D. geminatus, Say. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

THROSCUS, Latr. 
T. constrictor, Say. 

Ocean county, rare — Smith. Newark — Loeffler. 

T. chevrolati, Bonv. 

Hudson county, not common — Linell. Newark — Loeffler. 



Family BUPRESTID-ffi. 

CHALCOPHORA, Sol. 
C. virginiensis, Dru. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Westville, rather 
common — Liebeck. Newark. 

O. liberta, Germ. 

Atlantic county, not common — Wenzel. Westville, Egg 
Harbor, rare — Liebeck. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 167 

DIOERCA, Bsch. 
D. prolongata, Lee. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 

D. divaricata, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Camden, rare — 
Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Madison. Caldwell, com- 
mon — Crane. 

D. pugionata, Germ. 

Gloucester county, on Black Alder, rare — Wenzel. Westville, 
rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

D. obscura, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. Newark. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

Var. lurida, Fabr. 

Same distribution as type, and equally common. 
D. spreta, Gory. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. Newark. 
D. asperata, Lap. & Gory. 

Exact locality unknown, rare — Liebeck. 

D. punctulata, Sch. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, 
rare — Liebeck. 

PCECILONOTA, Esch. 
P. cyanipes, Say. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. Newark. 

P. thureura, Say. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. 



BUPRESTIS, Linn. 
B. rufipes, Oliv. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 

B. lineata, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Brigantine 
Beach, in September, in drifted wood — Hamilton. Newark. 



168 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

B. consularis, Gory. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 
B. nuttalli, Kirby. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. 

B. fasciata, Fabr. 

Gloucester county, rare — Wenzel. 
B. striata, Fabr. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. Dacosta, Westville, rare — 
Liebeck. Newark. 

B. decora, Fabr. 

Gloucester county, very rare — Wenzel. 

B. ultramarina, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Gloucester aud Atlantic 
counties, rare — Wenzel. 

CINYRA, Lap. & Gory. 

C. gracilipes, Melsh. 

Gloucester county, rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — Liebeck. 
Hudson county — Linell. 

MELANOPHILA, Esch. 
M. notata. Lap. & Gory. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 
M. longipes, Say. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Newark. 

M. fulvoguttata, Harr. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 
M. aeneola, Melsh. 

Landisville, rare — Liebeck. New Jersey — Collection Dr. 
Horn. Atlantic City — Castle. 

ANTHAXIA, Esch. 
A. seneogaster, Lap. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 

A. viridifrons, Lap. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 169 

A. cyanella, Gory. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. 

A. quercata, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Dacosta, not 
rare — Liebeck. 

A. flavimana, Gorj-. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel, Liebeck. 



CHRYSOBOTHRIS, Esch. 
C femorata, Fabr. 

Common all over the State. 
Var. 4-inipr8Ssa, Lap. & Gory. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 
C floricola, Gory. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Landisville, Dacosta, 
rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

C dentipes, Germ. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Gloucester, Dacosta, 
rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

C. pusilla, Lap. & Gory. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. Landisville, Dacosta, rare — 
Liebeck. 

C. sexsignata, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Camden and Gloucester 
counties, rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

C chrysoela, 111. 

Orange Mountains, rare — Smith. 
C. chlorocephala, Gory. 

Landisville, Dacosta, rare — Liebeck. New Jersey — Collection 
Dr. Horn. 

AOTENODBS, Lac. 
A, acornis, Say. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, not rare — Liebeck. 
Brigantine Beach, in September, washed up by tide, rare — 
Hamilton. Newark. 



170 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

ACM^ODERA. Esch. 
A. ornata, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. 

A. pulchella, Hbst. 

Atco, not common — Liebeck. Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. 

A. culta, Web. 

Quite generally distributed throughout the State ; not rare. 

PTOSIMA, Sol. 
P. gibbicollis, Say. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 

MASTOGENIUS, Sol. 
M. subcyaneus, Lee. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. Landisville,. 
rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

EUPRISTOCBRUS, Deyr. 

B. cogitans, Web. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not common — WenzeL 
Westville, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

AGRILUS, Steph. 
A. ruflcollis, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 

A. fulgens, Lee. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

A. otiosus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. Newark. Hudson 
county — Linell. 

Var. pusilluB, Say. 

With the type, and equally common — Liebeck. 

Var. defectus, Lee. 

Newark, according to list. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 171 

A. bilineatus, Web. 

Not rare throughout the State — Wenzel, Liebeck, Linell^ 
Smith. Newark. 

A. lecontei, Saund. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
A. fallax, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. 

A. interruptus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 
A. subcinctus, Gory. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 
A. plumbeus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
A. politus, Say. 

Recorded on the Newark list. Taken by myself near Jersey 
City. 

A. egenus, Gory. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. Newark. Madison. Ocean county. 

A. lacustris, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. 



TAPHROCBRUS, Sol. 
T. gracilis, Say. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. Gloucester 

county, locally not uncommon — Wenzel. Hudson county — 

Linell. Newark. 

BRACHYS, Sol. 
B. ovata, Web. 

Common throughout the State — Wenzel, Liebeck, Linell, 

Smith. Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

Var. tessellata, Fabr. 

I have seen specimens from Newark. 
B. serosa, Melsh. 

Not rare throughout the State — Liebeck, Wenzel, Linell, 
Smith. 



172 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

PACHYSCELUS, Sol. 
P. purpureus, Say. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 
P. laevigatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck, Wenzel. Hudson 
county — Linell. Newark. 



Family LAMPVRID^. 

CALOPTERON, Guer. 
C. terminale, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

C. reticulatum, Fabr. 

Found not uncommonly throughout the State. 

CELETES, Newn. 
C basalts, Lee. 

Sea-shore, not common — Liebeck. Hudson county — Liuell. 

CCENIA, Newn. 
C. dimidiata, Fabr. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

LOPHEROS, Lee. 
L. fraternus, Rand. 

Rare, near Paterson — Smith. 

EROS, Newn. 
E. thoracicus, Rand. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 
E. aurora, Hbst. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. Gloucester 
county, rare — Wenzel. 

E. trilineatus, Melsh. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 173 

PLATBROS, Bourg. 
P. timidus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

P. modestus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Atco, rare — Lie- 
beck. Hudson county — Linell. 

P. canaliculatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — 
Linell. 

P. sollicitus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. 

P. floralis, Melsh. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 



CALOCHROMUS, Guer. 
C. perfaceta, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Orange Mountains^ 
rare — Smith. 

LUCIDOTA, Lap. 
L. atra, Say. 

Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

L. punctata, Lee. 

Dacosta, rare — Liebeck. 



BLLYCHNIA, Lee. 
E. corrusca, Linn. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Newark. 



PYROPYGA, Mots. 
P. nigricans, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

P. decipiens, Harr. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck, Wenzel. 



174 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

PYRACTOMBNA, Lee. 

P. angnlata, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Newark. Cald- 
well, rare — Crane. 

P. lucifera, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Rare — Liebeck. 

PHOTINUS, Lap. 
P. consanguineus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — 
Linell. 

P. lineellus, Lee. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 

P. pyralis, Linn. 

Hudson county, common — Linell, Smith. Newark. 

P. marginellus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Caldwell, 
common — Crane. 

P. scintillans, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck. Caldwell, common 
— Crane. 

This genus contains the common " fire-flies," which form so 
attractive a feature of the early summer evenings. The species 
are somewhat local, and the common " fire-fly " in difi^erent parts 
of the State is apt to belong to difierent species. 

PHOTURIS, Leo. 
P. pennsylvanica, De G. 

Generally distributed throughout the State, and the largest 
and most brilliant of our " fire-flies." 

TYTTHONYX, Leo. 
T. erythrocephalus, Fabr. 
Atco, rare — Liebeck. 



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CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 175 

OMBTHUS, Lee. 
O. marginatus, Lee. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 

CHAULIOGNATHUS, Hentz. 
C. ecutellaris, Lee. 

Pine districts, common in spring — Wenzel. 

C pennsylvanicus, De G. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. Newark. Madison. I have taken this abundantly, in 
fall, on Solidago. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

C. marginatus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Liebeck. Brigantine 
Beach, mainland, in September — Hamilton. I have taken this 
commonly enough, in spring, in Ocean county. Caldwell, com- 
mon — Crane. 

PODABRUS, Westw. 
P. tricostatus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. Orange Mountains, rare — Smith. 

P. rugulosus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. 

P. frater, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel. Westville, 
rare — Liebeck. 

P. basilaris, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — 
Linell. Caldwell, common — Crane. Madison. 

P. diadema, Fabr. 

Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. 

P. modestus, Say. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

P. comes, Lee. 

Orange Mountains, rare — Smith. 



176 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P. tomentosus, Say, 

Generally distributed, not rare — Linell. 
P. protensus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
P. brunnicoUis, Lee. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 

TBLBPHORUS, SchaflF. 
T. dentiger, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
T. excavatus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, conanion — Wenzel. Dacosta, rare — 
Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

T. fraxini, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Atco, rare — 
Liebeck. 

T. carolinus, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 
T. lineola, Fabr. 

Less common, but as generally distributed. 
T. rectus, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. 
T. flavipes, Lee. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 
T. scitulus, Say. 

Common throughout the State; often excessively abundant 
on flowers. 

T. pusillus, Lee. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 

T. rotundicoUis, Say. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

T. tuberculatue, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Ocean county, 
common — Smith. 

T. bilineatus, Say. 

Found throughout the State, though scarcely common. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 177 

DITBMNUS, Lee. 
D. bidentatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — 

Linell. 

TRYPHBRUS, Lee. 
T. latipennis, Germ. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

MALTHINUS, Latr. 
M. oecipitalis, Lee. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 

MALTHODES, Kies. 
M. eoneavus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 



Family MALACHID^. 

COLLOPS, Br. 
C. eximius, Er. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

C. nigrieeps, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. 

C. 4-maeulatus, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

ANTHOCOMUS, Er. 
A. flavilabrie, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

PSBUDOB^US, Horn. 
P. oblitus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. Orange Mountains — Smith. 



178 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

ATTALUS, Er. 
A. terminalis, Er. 

Hudson county — Linell. Ocean county — Smith. 

A. morulas, Leo. 

Hudson county — Linell. Orange Mountains — Smith. 

A. granularis, Er. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

A. circumscriptus, Say. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 
A. scincetus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. Orange Mountains, not rare — Smith. 



Family CLERID^. 

CYMATODBRA, Gray. 
O. brunnea, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 

C. bicolor, Say. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

O. inornata, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

C. undulata, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Camden, rare — Liebeck. 

TRIOHODES, Hbst. 
T. apivorus, Germ. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. 

OLERUS, Geoff. 
O. quadrisignatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. 



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CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 179 

CJ. quadriguttatus, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Hudson county — Linell. 

<j. rosmarus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Rare — Liebeck. 
Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

O. lunatus. Spin. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Dacosta, rare — 
Liebeck. 

C thoracicus, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hud- 
son county — Linell. Newark. 



THANASIMUS, Latr. 
T. dubius, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, but local — Wenzel. Hudson county — 

Linell. 

THANEROOLBRUS, Spin. 
T. sanguineus, Say. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. Madison. 



HYDNOCERA, Newn. 
H. unifasciata, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Atco, rare — Liebeck. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

H. humeralis, Say, 

Common throughout the State. 

Var. cyanescens, Lee. 

Var. diflBcilis, Lee. 

With the type and hardly less common. 
H. pallipennis, Say. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

H. verticalis, Say. 

Same as with pallipennis. 



180 GEOLOGICAL SUKVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

H. tabida, Lee. 

Dacosta, rai'e — Liebeck. 

H. longicollis, Say. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 

PHYLLOB^NUS, Spin. 
P. dislocatus, Say. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 



CHARIESSA, Perty. 
C. vestita, Spin. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
C. dichroa, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 
C pilosa, Forst. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Hudson county — Linell. Caldwell, one specimen — Crane. 

Var. onusta, Say. 

Same as type form — Liebeck. 



CREGYA, Lee. 
C. vetusta, Spin. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — Lie- 
beck. 

C. oculata, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. 

ORTHOPLEURA, Spin. 
O. damicornis, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. 



NECROBIA, Latr. 

N. rafipes, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Newark. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 181 



N. ruficollis, Fabr. 

Same distribution as before. 

N. violaceus, Linn. 

Generally distributed, not rare — ^yenzel. 



Family PTIXID-ffi. 

PTINUS, Linn. 
P. fur, Linn. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Camden, rare — Lie- 

be(.'k. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

P. brunneue, Duft. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck, 

EUCRADA, Lee. 
B. humeralis, Melsh. 

New Brunswick, rare — Smith. 

ERNOBIUS, Thorn. 
E. mollis, Linn. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 

B. granulatus, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, once only, six specimens- 
Hamilton. 

E. luteipennis, Lee. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

OZOGNATHUS, Leo. 
O. floridanus, Lee. 

Anglesea — Wenzel. Heretofore not found north of Florida. 

OLIGOMERUS, Redt. 
O. sericans, Melsh. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 



182 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

SITODREPA, Thorn. 
S. panicea, Linn. 

Newark ; not uncommon. 

HADROBREGMUS, Thorn. 
H. errans, Melsh. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

H. carinatus, Say. 

Westville, not uncommon — Liebeck. 

TRICHODESMA, Lee. 
T. gibbosa, Say. 

Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — Liebeck. Newark. 

TRYPOPITYS, Redt. 
T. sericeus, Say, 

I have taken this along the Palisades, rarely. 

PETALIUM, Leo. 
P. bistriatum, Say. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

EUPACTUS, Lee. 
B. nitidus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. Anglesea — Wenzel. 

XYLETINUS, Latr. 
X. peltatus, Harr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. 

X. fticatus, Lee. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

LASIODERMA, Staph. 
P. serricome, Fabr. 

The so-called ''tobacco beetle;" not uncommon in old cigar- 
ettes. Anglesea — Wenzel. Ocean county — Smith. 



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CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 183 

L. nova species, Horn dixit. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

HEMIPTYCHUS, Lee. 
H. gravis, Lee. i 

A nglesea — Wen zel . 

DORCATOMA, Hbst. 

D. setulosum, Lee. 

Anglesea — Wen zel. 

PROTHECA, Lee. 
P. puberula, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. 

C^NOCARA, Thorn. 
C. oculata. Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. Newark — Loeffler. 

PTILINUS, Geoff. 
P. ruficornis. Say. 

Landisville, rare — Liebeck. 

BNDECATOMUS, MelL 

E. reticulatus, Hbst. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. 

SINOXYLON, Duft. 
S. basilare, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 

BOSTRICHUS, Geoff. 
B. bicornis, Web. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 

AMPHICBRUS, Lee. 
A. bicaudatus, Say. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. 



184 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

DINODERUS. Steph. 
D. porcatus, Lee. ■* 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 
D. cribratus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. 
D. pusillus, Fabr. 

Atlantic county, common — Wenzel. 

LYCTUS, Fabr. 
L. striatus, Melsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. Specimens are in Newark collections. 

L. opaculus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 



Family CUP£SID^. 

OUPES, Fabr. 
C. ooncolor, Westw. 

New Jersey — Linell. Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. 

C. capitata, Fabr. 

New Jersey — Linell. Caldwell, one specimen — Crane. 



Family LYMEXYLID-ff]. 

LYMEXYLON, Fabr. 
L. sericeura, Harr. 

Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. Newark ; one specimen in Mr. 
Bischoff's collection. 



C. fuscipes, Mell. 

Hudson county — Linell. 



Family CIOID^. 

CIS, Lat. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 185 

C. punctatus, Mell. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Anglesea, in July 
— Schwarz. 

C. sp. sp. 

Anglesea, in July, two undetermined species — Schwarz. 

ENNEARTHRON, Mell. 
B. thoracicornis, Ziegl. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz, Generally distributed, not rare 
— Wenzel. 



Family SPHINDID^. 

SPHINDUS, Chev. 
S. americanus, Lee. 

I have taken this not infrequently in New Jersey. 



Family LUCANIDiE. 

LUCANUS, Linn. 
L. dama, Thunb. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck, Wenzel. Newark. 

Decidedly more rare on and north of the red sandstone region. 

Caldwell — Crane. 

DORCUS, MacL. 
D. parallelus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck, Wenzel. 

Newark. Madison. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

D. brevis, Say. 

Dacosta ; rare. The only known specimens were taken here 
by Mr. Bland. 

PLATYCERUS, Geoff. 
P. quercus, Web. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. Caldwell, 

rare — Crane. Newark. 



186 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CBRUCHUS, MacL. 
O. piceus, Web. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Gloucester and Cam- 
den counties, rare — Wenzel. Newark. 

NICAGUS, Lee. v 

N. obscurus, Lee. 

Gloucester, not uncommon — Wenzel, Liebeck. 



PASSALUS, Pabr. 
P. cornutus, Fabr. 



Common everywhere throughout the State. 



Family SCARABiEID^. 

CANTHON, Hoffm. 
C. ebenus, Say. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 
C. lecontei, Harold. 

Sea -shore, rare — Liebeck, Wenzel. Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. 
C. vigilans, Lee. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 
O. Isevis, Dru. 

Common all over the State. 
C. viridis, Beau v. 

Atlantic City, rare, not taken recently — Liebeck. 

CHCERIDIUM, Lap. 
C. histeroides, Web. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Atco, rare — Lie- 
beck. 

COPRIS, Geoffr. 
C. minutus, Dru. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel. Sea-shore, 

not rare — Liebeck. Newark, Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 187 



C. anaglypticus, Say. 

Common all over the State. 
C. Carolina, Linn. 

Common all over the State. 



PHAN^US, MacL. 
P. carnifex, Linn, 

More or less common throughout the State. 



ONTHOPHAGUS, Latr. 
O. nuchicornis, Linn. 

Camden, rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
O. hecate, Panz. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Brigantine 
Beach, in September — Hamilton. Newark. Madison. Caldwell^ 
common — Crane. 

O. janus, Panz. 

Generally distributed throughout the State ; common. 
Var. striatulus, Beauv. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 
O. tuberculifrons, Harold. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 
O. pennsylvanicus, Harold. 

Common throughout the State. 

RHYSSEMUS, Muls. 
R. scaber, Hald. 

Atlantic and Cape May counties, common — Wenzel. Atlantic 
City, not uncommon — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, salt marshes, 
in September — Hamilton. 

AT^NIUS, Harold. 
A. cognatus, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, common — Hamilton. 
A. •wenzeli, Horn. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, in Septem- 
ber, not rare — Hamilton. 



188 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

A. strigatus, Horn. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

A. gracilis, Melsh. 

Brigantiue Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

A. imbricatus, Melsh. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 

A. stercorator, Fabr. 

Newark. New Brunswick. 

A. socialis, Horn. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. 



APHODIUS, 111. 
A. fossor, Linn. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

A. fimetarius, Linn. 

Common all over the State. 

A. ruricola, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. 

A. granarius, Linn. 

Common all over the State. 

A. vittatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck. Atlantic county, 
rare — Wenzel. Newark. 

A. inquinatus, Hbst. 

Common all over the State. 

A. rubeolus, Beau v. 

Landisville, Camden, common — Liebeck. 

A. stercorosus, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck. Not common — 
Wenzel. 

A. bicolor, Say. 

Westville, not uncommon — Liebeck. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 189 

A. phalerioides, Horn. 

Atlantic and Cape May counties, not common — Wenzel. At- 
lantic City, not rare — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, in September,, 
not frequent — Hamilton. Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

A. femoralis, Say. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel, Liebeck. 

A. parous, Horn. 

Anglesea — Wenzel. 

BOLBOCBRAS, Kirby. 

B. farctus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Atlantic City, rare — 
Liebeck. Newark. Caldwell, rare — Crane. Madison. 

B. lazarus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, not uncom- 
mon — Liebeck. 

ODONT^US. Kl. 
O. filicornis, Say. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. Ocean Beach — Paulmier. 

O. cornigerus, Melsh. 

New Jersey — Linell. 

GEOTRUPES, Latr. 
G. splendidus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 

Madison. Caldwell, rare since 1887 — Crane. 

G. semiopacus, Jek. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. Newark. Madison. 

G. egeriei, Germ. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel. Camden, 
rare — Liebeck. 

G. blackburnii, Fabr. 

Rather common throughout the State. 

G. balyi, Jek. 

Gloucester county, rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — Liebeck. 



190 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

TROX, Fabr. 
T scabrosus. Beauv. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Atlantic City, 
not rare — Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, in September, frequent — 
Hamilton. 

T. asper, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, in carcasses — Hamilton. 

T. suberosus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel, Liebeck. 

T. tuberculatus, De G. 

Recorded on the Newark list. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

T. erinaceus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. 

T. unistriatus, Beauv. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. 

T. sordidus, Lee. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Madison — Paulmier. 

T. foveicollis, Harr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. 

T. terrestris, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

T. scaber, Linn. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel. 

T. atrox, Lee. 

New Jersey — Henshaw. 



AMPHIOOMA, Latr. 
A. lupina, Lee. 

Sea- shore, rare — Liebeck. 

A. vulpina, Hentz. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 191 

HOPLIA, 111. 
H. trifasciata, Say. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. In my experience, occurs very early 
in spring. 

H. trivialis, Harold. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 

H. modesta, Hald. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Sea-shore, not un- 
common — Liebeck. Newark. 

DICHELONYCHA, Kirby. 
D. elongata, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Westville, not uncom- 
mon — Liebeck. Newark. 

D. fuscula, Lee. 

Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. 

D. albicollis, Burm. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Westville, not 
rare — Liebeck. 

SERICA, MacL. 
S. vespertina, Gyll. 

Common throughout the State. 

S. iricolor, Say. 

Dacosta, rare — Liebeck. Atlantic county, common — Wenzel. 
Ocean county, on Scrub Oak, not rare — Smith. 

S. sericea, Illiger. 

Common throughout the State. 

S. trociformis, Burm. 

Atlantic county, common — Wenzel. Landisville, not uncom- 
mon — Liebeck. Ocean county, not rare on Scrub Oak, in May. 

MACRODACTYLUS, Latr. 
M. subspinosus, Fabr. 

The well-known " rose bug ; " common all over the State. 



192 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

DIPLOTAXIS, Kirby. 
D. sordida, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Sea-shore, not 
uncommon — Liebeck. 
D. liberta, Germ. 

Sea-shore, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Newark. Madison. 
D. frondicola. 

New Jersey — Linell. 

LACHNOSTERNA, Hope. 
L. glaberrima, Blanch. 

Brigantine Beach, September 10th — Hamilton. Anglesea, in 
July — Schwarz. New Jersey specimens are in the Collection 
United States National Museum, without exact locality. 

L. ephilida, Say. 

I have taken it during the present season (1889) in small 
numbers. Generally distributed — Liebeck, Wenzel. 

L. Clemens, Horn. 

There is a single specimen marked " New Jersey " in the Collec- 
tion United States National Museum, but the locality may be 
erroneous. 
L. dispar, Burm. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not common — Wenzel. 

L. gracilis, Burm. 

Rather uncommon near New Brunswick. Sea-shore, rare — 
Liebeck. Camden and Gloucester counties, not rare — Wenzel. 

L. gibbosa, Burm. 

Common at New Brunswick, in June, Camden and Glouces- 
ter counties, not rare — Wenzel. 

L. subpruinosa, Casey. 

Not actually recorded from New Jersey, but it has been taken 
near Philadelphia and on Long Island. 

L. in versa, Horn. 

I took one specimen in Ocean county. It does not occur near 
Newark, apparently, and it is not in the Philadelphia collections 
from New Jersey. It is probably confined to the southern 
counties. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 193 

L. micans, Knoch. 

Common locally, and generally distributed. Newark. West- 
ville — Liebeck. Camden and Gloucester counties, common — 
WenzeJ. 

L. arcuata, Smith. 

I have taken two specimens in Ocean county. It appears to 
belong to the southern counties. 

L. insperata, Smith. 

Snake Hill, New Jersey ; apparently rare. 

L. dubia, Smith. 

The common form in Ocean county. The only fusca form 
taken at New Brunswick, and I have seen it from the vicinity of 
Jersey City. 

L. fusca, Freeh 1. 

The common form near Jersey City and Newark, and prob- 
ably throughout the northern part of the State. Camden and 
Gloucester counties — Wenzel. 

L. grandis, Smith. 

Rare near Jersey City, and probably found in small numbers 
throughout the State. Camden and Gloucester counties — 
Wenzel. 

L. fraterna, Harris. 
Var. cognata, Burm. 
Var. forsteri, Burm. 

I have taken all forms of this species in the State, probably 
all near Jersey City. Camden and Gloucester counties — Wenzel. 

L. nova, Smith. 

I have not seen it from the State, but have taken it on Long 
Island, and have no doubt it occurs with us. 

L. knochii, Gyll. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, very rare — Wenzel. River- 
ton — Castle. 

L. rugoea, Mels. 

Sea-shore, rare — liiebeck. Camden and Gloucester counties — 
Wenzel. 



194 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

L. hirsuta, Knoch. 

Not common ; generally distributed. Rare, Westville — Lie- 
beck. Camden and Gloucester counties — Wenzel. 

L. balia, Say. 

I have taken this in the State. Exact locality unknown. 

L. hirticula, Knoch. 

Common everywhere. I took it at New Brunswick this 
season. 

L. crenulata, Froehl. 

Not common. I have taken it near Jersey City. Camden and 
Gloucester counties — Wenzel. 

L. ilicis, Knoch. 

Not rare. A few specimens near Jersey City. Newark. 
Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeck, W^enzel. 

L. quercus, Knoch. 

Rare. Isolated specimens from different localities seen. 

L. tristis, Fabr. 

Common everywhere in the State. 

In this list I have added two species not actually taken in the 
State, but which are so distributed faunally that their occurrence 
is almost a certainty. Two other species — 

L. marginalis, Lee. 

L. villifrons, Lee— 

Are also almost certain to occur. My collection, now in the 
United States National Museum, contained many specimens col- 
lected by me in this State, and from my paper in the Proceedings 
United States National Museum for 1888, these localities are 
taken. 

PHYTALUS, Er. 
P. georgianus, Horn. 

Hammonton, a single specimen only — Schwarz. 

POLYPHYLLA, Harr. 
P. variolosa, Hentz. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. 
Sandy Hook, rather commonly washed up on the shore — Smith. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 195 

ANOMALA, Koeppe. • 
A. binotata, Gyll. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
A. minuta, Burm. 

Anglesea, not uncommon — Liebeck. 
A. undulata, Melsh. 

New Jersey — Linell. Rare near Fort Lee — Smith. 

A very distinctly varietal form occurs at Anglesea ; taken by 
Mr. Wenzel. 

A. lurida, Fabr. 

Atlantic City — Castle. 
A. lucicola, Fabr. 

More or less common all over the State. 
A. oblivia, Horn. 

Generally distributed ; common. Dacosta, Landisville, com- 
mon — Liebeck. 

A. marginata, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, rare — Lie- 
beck. 

STRIGODERMA, Burm. 
S. pygmsea, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. Common in 
May and June — Wenzel. Madison. 

S. arboricola, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Newark. 
Monmouth county, in July, not common — Smith. Caldwell, 
common — Crane. 

PBLIDNOTA, MacL. 
P. punctata, Linn. 

Common on grape vines all over the State. 



COTALPA, Burm. 
C. lanigera, Linn. 

Occurs throughout the State ; usually not common. Feeds on 
a Swamp Willow. 



196 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

OYOLOOBPHALA, Latr. 
O. immaculata, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Sea-shore, not rare 
— Liebeck 

O. villosa, Burm. 

A specimen in a Newark collection is referable here. 

O. puberula, Lee. 

Atlantic City — Castle. 

CHALBPUS, MacL. 
O. trachypygus. Burm. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck, Wenzel. Brigan- 
tine Beach, in September, come to light abundantly — Hamilton. 
Newark. Madison. 

LIGYRUS, Burm. 
L. gibbosus, De G. 

Sea-shore, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, in 
September, come to light abundantly — Hamilton. Newark. 
Caldwell, common — Crane. 

L. relictus, Say. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. Sea-shore, not rare — Wenzel. 
Newark. Caldwell, common — Crane. Madison. 

L. rugiceps, Lee. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



APHONUS, Lee. 
A. castaneue, Melsh. 

Atlantic City, rare — Liebeck. Sea-shore, not rare — Wenzel. 
Anglesea, in July — Smith. Newark. Madison. 



XYLORYCTBS, Hope. 
X. satyrus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, locally common — Liebeck, Wenzel. 

Newark, Feeds in roots of Ash. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 197 

STRATBGUS, Hope. 
S. antaeus, Fabr. 

Atlantic and Cape May counties, not rare— Weozel. VVest- 

ville, not rare — Liebeck. On the Newark list. 

PHILBURUS, Latr. 
P. truncatus, Beauv. 

On the Newark list. 

ALLORHINA, Burm. 

A. nitida, Linn. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Newark. 
Cape May, in July — Schwarz. Long Branch, rare — Crane. 

EUPHORIA, Burm. 

B. areata, Fabr. 

Westville, not uncommon — Liebeck. Gloucester, Atlantic 
and Cape May counties, very local — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, 
in September, abundant once, but none have occurred the past 
five years — Hamilton. 
B. sepulchralis, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. 
E. fulgida, Fabr. 

Generally distributed — Liebeck. Locally common — Wenzel. 
Newark. Caldwell, rare until three years ago — Crane. 

B. herbacea, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Westville, rare 
— Liebeck. 

E. inda, Linn. 

Occurs throughout the State, in fall and early in spring. 

CREMASTOOHTLUS, Knoch. 
<j. pilosicollis, Horn. 

On the Newark list. 

C variolosus, Kirbj'. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Gloucester county, rare — Wenzel. 
Madison — Paulmier. 



198 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

C. harrisii, Kirby. 

Woodbury, rare — Liebeck. Gloucester county, rare — WenzeL 

OSMODBRMA, Knoch. 
O. eremicola, Knoch. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Westville, not un- 
common — Liebeck. Newark. Madison. Caldwell, common — 
Crane. 

O. ecabra, Beauv. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, rare — 
Liebeck. Newark. Madison. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



GNORIMU3, Lap. 
Q. maculosus, Knoch. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Sea -shore, rare — Lie- 
beck. 

TRICHIUS, Fabr. 
T. piger, Fabr, 

Occurs rather commonly all over the State. 

T, afflnie, Gory. 

Occurs with the preceding. 

T. delta, Forst. 

Williarastown, Dacosta, rare — Wenzel. 

VALGUS, Scriba. 
V. squamiger, Beauv. 

Occurs rather commonly throughout the State. 



Family SPONDYLID-ffi. 

PARANDRA, Latr. 
P. bninnea, Fabr. 

Occurs rather commonly throughout the State. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 199 

Family CERAMBYCID^. 

ORTHOSOMA, Serv. 
O. brunneum, Forst. 

Not uncommon throughout the State. 

PRIONUS, GeoflF 
P. laticollis, Dru. 

Not uncommon throughout the State. Rare at Caldwell — 
Crane. 
P. pocularis, Dahii. 

Landisville, not uncommon — Liebeck. Atlantic and Cape 
May counties, not rare — Wenzel. Cape May, in July — Schwarz. 

TRAGOSOMA, Serv. 
T. harrisii, Lee. 

On the Newark list. I have found it along shore, cast up 

by the tide. 

SPHBNOSTETHUS, Hald. 
S. taslei, Buq. 

New Jersey, rare, not taken recently — Liebeck. One specimen 

in Collection Dr. Horn, marked " New Jersey." 

ASBMUM, Esch. 
A. moestum, Hald. 

Not rare throughout the State. Rare at Caldwell — Crane. 

CRIOCBPHALUS, Muls. 
C. agrestis, Kirby. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, rare — Hamilton. 

C. obsoletus, Rand. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Brigantine Beach, in September, not common — Hamilton. 
Newark. 

SMODIOUM, Hald. 
S. cucujifornie, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. Camden and 

Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. Newark. 



200 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

PHYSOONEMUM, Hald. 
P. brevilineum, Say. 

Atlantic and Cape May counties, common — Wenzel. Sea- 
shore, moderately abundant — Liebeck. Newark. 

HYLOTRUPES, Serv. 
H. bajulus, Linn. 

Quite generally distributed throughout the State; not un- 
common. 

H. ligneus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common, feeds on Cedar — Wenzel. 
Dacosta, not uncommon — Liebeck. Newark. 

PHYMATODES, Muls. 
P. variabilis, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 

P. amcenus, Say. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. In Grape, not common — Wenzel. 
I bred quite a number from grape stems this spring. Caldwell, 
common — Crane. Madison. 

P. varius, Fabr. 

Not uncommon throughout the State. 

CALLIDIUM, Fabr. 
C. antennatum, Newn. 

Common throughout the State. 

CEME, Newn. 
O rigida, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, rare — Lie- 
beck, Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Newark. 

CHION, Newn. 
C. cinctus, Dru. 

Not rare, generally distributed — Wenzel. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 201 

EBURIA, Serv. 
E. 4-geniinata, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. 

ROMALEUM, White. 
R. simplicicolle, Hald. 

Atlantic county, common — Wenzel. Sea-shore, rather com- 
mon — Liebeck. Newark. 

R. atomarium, Dru. 

Generally distributed, not common — Weuzel. Dacosta, not 
uncommon — Liebeck. 

R. rufulum, Hald. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Camden and Gloucester counties, 
rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

ELAPHIDION, Serv. 
E. mucronatum, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. Rare at Caldwell — Crane. 

B. incertum, Newn. 

On the Newark list. 

E. villosum, Fabr. 

Not uncommon throughout the State. Larvae in Oak, 

E. parallelum, Newn. 

Same as the preceding and equally common. 

E. aculeatum, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. 

E. unicolor, Rand. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. Westville, 
common — Liebeck. 

TYLONOTUS, Hald. 
T. bimaculatus, Hald. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. Westville, 
rare — Liebeck. 



202 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 



HBTBRAOHTHBS, Newn. 
H. quadrimaculatus, Newn. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Gloucester and Camden 
counties, rare, in Hickory — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. 
Newark. 

H. ebenus, Newn. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — Liebeck. 
Newark. 

PHYTON, Newn. 
P. pallidum, Say. 

On the Newark list. 

OBRIUM, Serv. 
O. rubrum, Newn. 

New Jersey, rare, not taken recently — Liebeck. 

O. rubidum, Lee. 

New Jersey, rare, not taken recently — Liebeck. 

MOLOROHUS, Pabr. 

M. bimaculatus, Say. 

Not rare throughout the State. 

RHOPALOPHORA. Serv. 
R. longipes, Say. 

Sea-shore, not uncommon — Liebeck. 

TRAGIDION, Serv. 
T. coquus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, more common in Atlantic and Cape 

May counties — Wenzel. Sea-shore, not uncommon — Liebeck. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, a few specimens washed up — 

Hamilton. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

PURPURICENUS, Serv. 
P. humeralis, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Sea-shore, common 

— Liebeck. Newark. New Jersey — Linell. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 203 

BATTLE, Thorn. 
B. suturalis, Say. 

Generally distributed and not uncommon throughout the State, 



STBNOSPHBNUS, Hald. 
S. notatus, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Westville, rare — 
Liebeck. 

CYLLENB, Newn. 
C. pictus, Dru. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. Caldwell, rare 

— Crane. Bores in Hickory, and emerges in spring. 

C. robinise, Forst. 

Found throughout the State commonly. Lives in Locust, and 
emerges in fall. 

PLAGIONOTUS, Muls. 
P. speciosus, Say. 

" Snake Hill, on Oak trees in every instance. There are very 

few Maples left there, so it possibly really lives in Oak too " — 

Linell. Newark. Madison. 



OALLOIDBS, Lee. 
C. nobilis, Say. 

Generally distributed, locally common, abundant on the shore 

— Wenzel. Sea-shore, rather common — Liebeck. Newark. 

T 

ARHOPALUS, Serv. 
A. fulminans, Fabr. 

Found throughout the State, but rarely common. 

XYLOTRBCHUS, Chevr. 
X. colonus, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 
X. sagittatus, Germ. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 
X. quadrimaculatus, Hald. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, one specimen — Hamilton. 



204 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

X. undulatus, Say. 

Newark. Not rare in the Orange Mountains. 
Var. lunulatus, Kirby. 

On the Newark list. 

NEOOLYTUS, Thorn. 
N. scutellaris, Oliv, 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 
N. luscus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 
N. capraea, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Newark. 
N. erythrocephalus, Fabr. 

Rather common throughout the State. 

CLYTANTHUS, Thorn. 
0. ruricola, Oliv. 

New Jersey, not taken recently — Liebeck. 

CYRTOPHORUS, Lee. 

C. verrucosus, Oliv. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — W^enzel. Caldwell, 
rare — Crane. 

EUDERCBS, Lee. 
B. picipes, Fabr. 

Generally (^istributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Newark. 

Orange Mountains, not rare — Smith. 

E. pini, Oliv. 

Landisville, not uncommon — Liebeck. Newark. Caldwell, 
rare — Crane. 

ATIMIA, Hald. 
A, confusa, Say. 

Gloucester and Camden counties, rare, in Cedar — Wenzel. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. 

DISTENIA, Serv. 

D. undata, Oliv, 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Liuell. Newark. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 205 

DBSMOCBRUS, Serv. 

D. palliatus, Forst. 

Fouud throughout the State, on Elder ; not rare. 

ENCYCLOPS, Newn. 

E. cceruleus, Say. 

Gloucester, not uncommon — Liebeck. 

RHAGIUM, Fabr. 
R. lineatum, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Newark. 

CENTRODERA. Leo. 
C. decolorata, Harr. 

I found one specimen in this State, years ago ; exact locality I 
do not now remember. 

O. picta, Hald. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 

TOXOTUS, Serv. 
T. cylindricollis, Say. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 

ACM^OPS, Leo. 
A. bivittata, Say. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. Newark. 
A. directa, Newn. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 
A. discoidea, Hald. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 
Atlantic City — Castle. 

GAUROTES, Lee. 
G. cyanipennis, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hud- 
son county — Linell. Newark. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



206 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

STRANGALIA, Serv. 
S. famelica, Newn. 

Found throughout the State, not rarely. 
S. acuminata, Oliv. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. New Jersey — Linell. Newark. 
S. luteicornis, Fabr. 

Found throughout the State, not rarely. 
S. bicolor, Swed. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Anglesea, rare — Lie- 
beck. Newark. 

TYPOOBRUS, Lee. 
T. zebratus, Fabr. 

Landisville, rare — Liebeck. 

T. velutinus, Oliv. 

Common throughout the State. 

T. lugubris, Say. 

New Jersey — Henshaw. 

LBPTURA, Serv. 
Jj. emarginata, Fabr. 

Newark. Trenton ; one specimen some years ago. Fort Lee. 

Li. deleta, Lee. 

New Jersey, rare, not taken recently — Liebeck. 
L. plebeja, Rand. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
Li. abdorainalis, Hald. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. Atlantic City — Castle. 

Li. lineola, Say. 

Rather common throughout the State. 
Li. hsematites, Newn. 

Westville, not rare — Liebeck. Newark. 
L. zebra, Oliv. 

Not rare throughout the State. 
Li. cordifera, Oliv. 

Newark. New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 207 

L. rubrica, Say. 

Rather common throughout the State. 
Li. circumdata, Oliv. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. Newark. 
L. vagans, Oliv. 

Specimens are in the Newark collections. 
L. proxima, Say. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 
L. octonotata, Say. 

On the Newark list. 
Li. vittata, Germ. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. Newark. Rather 
common near Montclair — Smith. Caldwell, very rare — Crane. 

L. pubera, Say. 

On the Newark list. 

CYRTINUS, Lee. 

C. pygmaeus, Hald. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. Atco, rare — 
Liebeck. Hudson county — Liuell. Newark. 

PSBNOCORU3, Leo. 
P. supernotatus, Say. 

Occurs throughout the State, though not common. 

MONOHAMMUS, Serv. 
M. titillator, Fabr. 

Rather common throughout the State. 
M. confusa, Kirby. 

Atlantic and Cape May counties, rare — Wenzel. Camden, 
rare — Liebeck. Newark. 

DORCASOHBMA. Lee. 

D. alternatum, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. 
D. nigrum, Say. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Caldwell, rare — Crane. Madison. 



208 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

HETCEMIS, Hald. 
H. cinera, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. Newark. 

CAOOPLIA., Lee. 
O. pullata, Hald. 

Gloucester and Atlantic counties, rare — Wenzel. 

GOES, Lee. 
G. tigrina, De G. 

Newark, rare. Caldwell, one specimen — Crane. 
G. pulehra, Hald. 

Gloucester and Camden counties, rare — Wenzel. Westville, 
rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

G. debilis, Lee. 

Camden and Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. Dacosta, not uncom- 
mon — Liebeck. 

G. tesselata, Hald. 

Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. Newark. 
G. pulverulentus, Hald. 

Gloucester and Atlantic counties, rare — Wenzel. Camden, 
rare — Liebeck. Newark. 

ACANTHODERES, Serv. 
A. quadrigibbus, Say. 

Northern Jersey, rare — Liebeck. Newark. Caldwell, rare — 
Crane. 

A. deeipiens, Hald. 

Gloucester and Camden counties, rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, 
not rare — Liebeck. Newark. Hudson county. 

LBPTOSTYLUS, Lee. 
L. aeuliferus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, rare — 

Liebeck. 

L. commixtus, Hald. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 209 

L. biuetus, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

L. collaris, Ha Id. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
L. macula, Say. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Madison. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

LIOPUS, Serv. 
L. crassulus, Lee. 

Madison — Paulmier. 

L. variegatus, Hald. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Atco, rare — Lie- 
beck. 

L. fascicularis, Harris. 

Ou the Newark list. 
L. alpha, Say. 

Occurs quite commonly throughout the State. 

L. cinereus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Liebeck. Hudson 
county — Linell. 

L. punctatus, Lee. 

A single specimen in Mr. BischoiF's collection, Newark. 



DECTES, Lee. 
D. spinosus. Say. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. Newark. Madison. 



LBPTURGBS, Bates. 

L. symmetricus, Hald. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
Var. aagulatus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
L. signatus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

o 



210 GEOLOGICAL SQRVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

L. querci, Fitch. 

Not rare throughout the State. 

Li. facetus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. Orange Mountains — Smith. Cald- 
well, rare — Crane. 

HYPERPLATYS, Bates. 
H. aspereus, Say. 

Not rare throughout the State. 

H. maculatus, Hald. 

Occurs, not rarely, throughout the State. 



UROGRAPHIS, Horn. 

U. fasciatus, De G. 

Atlantic and Cape May counties, common — Wenzel. Hudson 
county — Linell. Caldwell, common — Crane. 



GRAPHI3URUS, Kirby. 
G. pusillus, Kirby. 

Atlantic and Cape May counties, common — Wenzel. Newark. 



ACANTHOCINUS, Steph. 
A. obsoletus, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 

A. nodosus, Fabr. 

Egg Harbor, September, rare — Wenzel. Atco, rare — Liebeck. 



DEGTBS, Lee. 
D. spinosus, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



POG0NOCHE3RUS, Latr. 
P. mixtus, Hald. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, not un- 
common — Liebeck. Newark. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 211 

B CYRUS, Lee. 
E. dasycerus, Lee, 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck. Anglesea, in July 
— Schwarz, Newark. 

BUPOGONIUS, Lee. 
B. tomentosus, Hald. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Cape May 
Court House, in July — Schwarz. Newark. 

E. vestitus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Liebeck. 

ONCIDBRES, Serv. ^ 
O. cingulata, Say. 

Camden, rare, not taken recently — Liebeck. New Jersey — 
Collection Dr. Horn. 

HIPPOPSIS, Serv. 
H. lemniseata, Fabr. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

SAPERDA, Fabr. 
S. obliqua, Say. 

Gloucester and Camden counties, rare, on Black Alder — 
Wenzel. Westville, rare — Liebeck. Newark. Orange Moun- 
tains, rare — Linell. 

S. ealearata, Say. 

Newark. Not rare near the Hudson — Smith. 

S. rautiea, Say. 

Gloucester, on Willow, rare — Wenzel. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

S. Candida, Fabr. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 
Madison, larvse in Apple trees. I have taken it in Warren 
county, on Pear, have received it from Newark on Quince, and 
have taken the imago abundantly on Thorn, back of Jersey City 
Heights — Smith. Caldwell, common — Crane. 



212 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

S. fayi, Bland. 

New Jersey — Linell. 
S. vestita, Say. 

Rather common, bores in Linden — Wenzel. Camden, rare — 
Wenzel. Hudson county, rather common — Linell. Newark. 
Caldwell, common — Crane. 

S. discoidea, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not rare, larvte in Hickory — Wenzel. 
Camden, not uncommon — Liebeck. Newark. 

S. tridentata, Oliv. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark, Caldwell, common — Crane. 
S. lateralis, Fabr. 

On Hickory, common — Wenzel. Westville, not uncommon — 
Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. Madison. 

S. puncticollis, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare, on Rhiis radioans — 
Wenzel. Camden, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 
Newark. 

S. concolor, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

OBERA, Muls. 
O. bimaculata, Oliv. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
Var. tripunctata, Fabr. 

Atco, Dacosta, not uncommon — Liebeck. Newark. Green- 
wood Lake, rare — Crane. Madison. 

O. schaumii, Lee. 

On the Newark list. 
O. ocellata, Hald. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. 
Newark. 

O. tripunctata, Swed. 

Rather common throughout the State. 
O. gracilis, Fabr. 

Dacosta, rare — Liebeck. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 213 

O. ruficollis, Fabr. 

Atlantic and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. Dacosta, 
Landisville, rare — Liebeck. Madison. 

TBTROPS, Steph. 
T. canescens, Lee. 

Gloucester county, on Black Alder,.rare — Wenzel. 

TETRAOPBS, Serv. 
T. discoideus, Lee. 

Gloucester, common — Liebeck. 

T. canteriator, Drap. 

Common throughout the State, but rather local. 

T. tetraophthalmus, Forst. 

Common throughout the State, on Asclepias (Milk Weed). 



DYSPHAGA, Leo. 
D. tenuipes, Hald. 

Gloucester, very rare — Wenzel. 



Family CHRYSOMELID^. 

DONACIA, Fabr. 
D. palmata, Oliv. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not rare — Wenzel. 

D. proxima, Kirby. 

Hudson county — Linell. Madison. 

D. distincta, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

D. Bubtilis, Kunze. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

D. aequalis, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties — Wenzel. 



214 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

D. toroea, Lee. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not rare — Wenzel. 

D. emarginata, Kirby. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not rare — Wenzel. 

D. cuprea, Kirby. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 

D. kirbyi, Lee. 

Atlantic City — Castle. 

ORSODACHNA, Latr. 
O. atra, Ahr. 

Newark. I have found it quite commonly very early in 

spring, on blossoms. 

ZBUGOPHORA, Kunze. 
Z. consanguinea, Cr. 

Newark. A specimen named by myself. 

Z. varians, Cr. 

Newark — Bischoff. 

SYNBTA, Bsch. 
S. ferruginea, Germ. 

Hudson county — Liuell. Newark. 

LBMA, Pabr. 
L. brunnicollis, Lac. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

L. collaris, Say. 

On the Newark list. 

L. trilineata, Oliv. 

Occurs throughout the State, but scarcely common. 

CRIOOBRIS, Geoff. 
0. asparagi, Linn. 

Common wherever Asparagus is raised; often very injurious. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 215 

ANOMCBA, Lac. 

A. laticlavia, Forst, 

Occurs throughout the State; usually not common. 

COSCINOPTBRA, Lac. 
C. dominicana, Fabr. 

Dacosta, not common — Liebeck, Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. Newark. 

BABIA, Chevr. 

B. quadriguttata, Oliv. 

Atco, not rare — Liebeck. Orange Mountains, rare — Smith. 

SAXINIS, Lac. 
S. omogera, Lee. 

Newark. Determined by myself. 

CHLAMYS, Knoch. 
0. polycocca, Lac. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 

C. plicata, Fabr. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

O. foveolata, Knoch. 

On the Newark list. 

BXEMA, Lac. 
E. gibber, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, not common — Liebeck, Wenzel. New- 
ark. 

BASSAREUS, Hald. 
B. formosus, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — 

Linell. Newark. Ocean county — Smith. 

B. mammifer, Newn. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. 

Var. luteipennis, Melsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. 



216 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

B, lituratus, Fabr. 

Not rare throughout the State. 

Var. recurvus, Say. 

Generally distributed — Wenzel. 

Var. lativittis, Germ. 

Newark. Determined by myself. 

CRYPTOCEPHALUS, Geoff. 

C. mucoreus, Lee. 

Orange Mountains, taken rarely — Smith. 
C. 4-maculatus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. Ocean county — Smith. 
Var. notatus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed — Wenzel. 
C. quadruplex, Newn. 

Hudson county — Linell. Ocean county — Smith. 
C. guttulatus, 01 iv. 

Generally distributed — Wenzel. Newark. 
C. leucomelas, Suffr. 

Camden county, rare, on Poplar — Wenzel. 
C. venustus, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 
Var. ornatus, Fabr. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
C. nsertus, Hald. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Newark. 
C. calidus, Suflr. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
C. gibbicollis, Hald. 

Generally distributed — Wenzel. 
C. incertus, Oliv. 

Generally distributed — Wenzel. 
C. mutabilis, Melsh. 

Newark. Determined by myself. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 217 

C. badius, SufFr. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

C schreibersii, Suffr. 

Hudson county — Linell. Ocean county — Smith. 

C. stria tulus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark — BischofF. 

PACHYBRACHYS, Chevr. 
P. morosus, Hald. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. 
P. abdominalis, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. 
P. othonus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. Orange Mountains, quite 
common — Smith. 

P. trinotatus, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. 

P. intricatus, Suftr. 

Not rare throughout the State. I have seen it from all 
quarters. 

P. tridens, Melsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. On Poison Ivy when in bloom, not 
rare — Wenzel. 

P. luridus, Fabr. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

P. atomariuB, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Newark — Bischoff. 

P. femoratus, Oliv. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 

P. subfasciatus, Hald. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 

P. dilatatus, Suffr. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 



218 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

MONACHUS, Chevr. 
M. ater, Hald. 

New Jersey — Henshaw. 

DIACHUS, Lee. 
D. auratus, Fabr. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Orange Mountains, common- 
Smith. 

TRIACHUS, Lee. 
T. atomus, Suffr. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

XANTHONIA, Baly. 
X. 10-notata, Say. 

Common throughout the State. 

X. villosula, Melsh. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 

X. stevensii, Baly. 

Swampy meadows, not rarely — Smith. 

PIDIA, Baly. 
F. murina, Cr. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Newark. 

F. longipes, Mels. 

Common at Caldwell — Crane. 



ADOXUS, Kirby. 
A. vitis, Linn. 

Madison — Paulmier. I have received this also from Southern 
Jersey. 

GLYPTOSCELIS, Lee. 
G. hirtus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. New Jersey — Collec- 
tion Dr. Horn. 

G. barbatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 219 

CHRYSOCHUS, Chevr. 
O, auratus, Fabr. 

Locally common throughout the State. 

TYMNB3, Chap. 
T. tricolor, Fabr. 

Not rare throughout the State. 

PARIA, Lee. 
P. 6-notata, Say. 

Common throughout the State ; its varieties more rare. Brig- 

antine Beach, in September, small variety — Hamilton. 

P. aterrima, Oliv. 

Also common throughout the State. 

METACHROMA, Lee. 
M. quercata, Fabr. 

Camden and Atlantic counties, rare — Wenzel. Orange Moun- 
tains, rare — Smith. 
M. pallida, Say. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. New Jersey — Collection Dr. 
Horn. Ocean county, rare — Smith. 

GRA.PHOPS, Lee. 
G. pubescens, Melsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. Caldwell, common — 

Crane. 

G. curtipennis, ]\rels. 

Ocean county, on cranberry bogs, in May — Smith. 

G. nebulosus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Ocean county, in 
May, on cranberry bogs — Smith. 



CHRYSODINA, Baly. 
C. globosa, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. Orange Mountains, 

quite common — Smith. 



220 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

COLASPIS, Pabr. 
C. brunnea, Fabr. 

Not rare in Ocean county. 

Var. flavida, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Newark. 

Var. costipennis, Dej. 

Rare near Jamesburg. 

C. praetexta, Say. 

Atlantic and Cape May counties, not common — Wenzel. 
Newark — Bischoff. 

C tristis, Oliv. 

On the Newark list. 

Var. puncticollis, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. 

PRASOCURIS, Lat. 
P. varipes, Lee. 

Not uncommon throughout the State. 

DORYPHORA, 111. 

D. clivicollis, Kirby. 

More or less common throughout the State, on Asdepias. 

D. 10-lineata, Say. 

The well-known potato beetle; common everywhere. 

CHRYSOMELA, Linn. 
C suturalis, Fabr. 

Quite common throughout the State. 

O. similis, Eog. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. 

C. elegans, Oliv. 

Quite common throughout the State. 

C. lunata, Fabr. 

Newark ; rare. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 221 

C. scalaris, Lee. 

I have taken this in New Jersey, but do not recollect where. 
Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

C. philadelphica, Linn. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Newark. Quite 
abundant in Ocean county. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

C. multipunctata, Say. 

Newark. Orange Mountains, not rare — Smith. Caldwell, 
common — Crane. 

PLAGIODBRA, Redt. 
P. viridis, Melsh. 

Orange Mountains, rare — Smith. 

GASTROIDEA, Hope. 
G. polygoni, Linn. 

Common throughout the State. 

G. cyanea, Melsh. 

Quite common throughout the State. 

LINA, Megerle. 
L. lapponica, Linn. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Newark. 

L. scripta, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Newark. I have 
bred this on Willow — Smith. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

PHYLLODBOTA, Kirby. 
P. vulgatissima, Linn. 

Orange Mountains, not common — Smith. Madison. 

CBROTOMA, Chevr. 
C. caminea, Fabr. 

Quite abundant throughout the State. 



LUPBRUS, Geoff. 
L. meraca, Say. 

New Jersey — Henshaw. 



222 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

PHYLLOBROTICA, Redt. 
P. discoidea, Fabr. 

Gloucester, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Newark 
— BischoflT. 

DIABROTICA, Chevr. 
D. 12-punctata, Oliv. 

D. vittata, Fabr. 

Both species are extremely common throughout the State. 
D. atripennis, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

TRIRHABDA, Lee. 
T. tomentosa, Linn. 

Newark. Orange Mountains, not rare — Smith. Madison. 
Var. virgata, Lee. 
Var. canadensis, Kirby. 

With the type form, and sometimes replacing it. 

ADIMONIA, Leach. 
A. americana, Fabr. 

Atlantic and Cape May counties, rare — Wenzel. 
Var. cribrata, Lee. 

Newark. Quite generally distributed, not rare — Smith. 
A. rufosanguinea, Say, 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Newark. 
A. conferta, Lee. 

New Jersey — Henshaw. 
A. cavicollis, Lee. 

New Jersey — Henshaw. 

GALBRUOA, Geoff. 
G. sagittariae, Gyll. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Caldwell, common 
— Crane. Madison. 

G, decora, Say. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 223 

G. notata, Fabr. » 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Newark. Cald- 
well, common — Crane. 

G. xanthomelaena, Schr. 

The elm-leaf beetle; quite generally distributed throughout 
the State. 

G. Integra, Lee. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

G, maritiraa, Lee. 

Common everywhere along shore. 

BLBPHARIDA, Rog. 
B. rhois, Forst. 

Generally distributed throughout the State, on Sumac, but 

not common. 

HYPOLAMPSIS, Clark. 
H. pilosa, 111. 

Atlantic county, not rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, not uncom- 
mon — Liebeck. 

PH^DROMUS, Clark. 
P. paradoxus, Mels. 

Atlantic City — Castle. 

CE3DIONYCHIS, Latr. 
CE. gibbitarsa. Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. Newark. 
Brigantine Beach, in September, abundant — Hamilton. New 
Brunswick. 

CE. thoracica, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Westville, rather 
common — Liebeck. Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark. 

CE. vians, Illig. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Rare — Liebeck. 
Caldwell, rare — Crane. Madison. 

CE. petaurista, Fabr. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. 



224 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CE. miniata, Fabr. 

Generally distributed — Wenzel. Anglesea, not uncommon — 
Liebeek. 

CB. sexmaculata, Illig. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeek. New- 
ark. Orange Mountains, not rare — Smith. 

CE limbalis, Mels. 

Ocean county, on cranberry bogs, in May, common — Smith. 

Var. subvittata, Horn. 

At same time and place, and equally common with the typical 
form — Smith. 

CE. suturalis, Fabr. 

Atlantic county, not common — Wenzel. Newark. 

CE. quercata, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, moderately abundant — Liebeek, W^en- 
zel. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

CE. scalaris, Mels. 

Egg Harbor, rare — Liebeek. 

DISONYOHA. Chevr. 
D. pennsylvanica, 111. 

Generally distributed throughout the State ; not rare. 

Var. pallipes, Cr. 

On the Newark list. New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 

D. crenicoUis, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

D. caroliniana, Fabr. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. Westville, rare — Lie- 
beck. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

D. g-labrata, Fabr. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

D triangularis, Say. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Liebeek. Hudson 
county — Linell. Madison. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 225 

D. xanthomelaena, Dalm. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

D. mellicollis, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. 

D. collata, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — 
Linell. 

HALTICA, Geofer. 
H. bimarginata, Say. 

Newark. Determined by myself. New Jersey — Collection 
Dr. Horn. 

H. chalybea, 111. 

Common all over the State. The grape-vine flea beetle. 
H. carinata, Germ. 

Dacosta, rare — Liebeck. 
H. ignita, 111. 

Not uncommon throughout the State. 
H. marevag-ans, Horn. 

Gloucester, Atlantic and Cape May counties, not uncommon — 
Wenzel. Sea-shore, not uncommon — Liebeck. Anglesea, in 
July — Smith. Newark. New Jersey — Linell. 

H. fuscosenea, Melsh. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Atco, rare — Liebeck. 
H. rufa, Illig. 

Newark ; not rare. Determined by myself. 

ORTHALTICA, Cr. 
O. copalina, Fabr. 

Rather common throughout the State. 

CRBPIDODERA, Chevr. 
O. rufipes, Linn. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — 
Linell. 



226 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

C. helexinus, Linn. 

Common throughout the State. 

C. atriventris, Melsh. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Newark- 
Loeffler. Ocean county, not rare, in May — Smith. 



BPITRIX, Foudr. 
E. fuscula, Cr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. 

B. cucumeris, Harr. 

Common throughout the State. The cucumber flea beetle. 



MANTURA, Staph. 
M. floridana, Cr. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

CH^TOCNBMA, Staph. 
C. subcylindrica, Lee. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

C. denticulata, Illig. 

Hudson county — Linell. Generally distributed, not uncom- 
mon — Liebeck. Ocean county, not rare — Smith. 

C. pulicaria, Mels. 

Hudson county — Linell. Anglesea — Wenzel. 
C. minuta, Mels. 

Newark — Bischoff. 
C. pinguis, Lee. 

Newark — Bischoff. 

SYSTBNA, Clark. 
S. hudsonias, Foist. 

Rather common throughout the State. 

S. frontalis, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — 
Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. Orange Mountains, in 
July, not rare — Smith. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 227 

S. taeniata, Say. 

Not uncommon throughout the State. 

S. marginalis, Illiger. 

Generally distributed throughout the State ; not common. 

GLYPTINA, Lee. 
G. spuria, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — 

Linell. 

PHYLLOTRETA, Poudr. 
P. sinuata, Steph. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Hudson county — 

Linell. 

P. vittata, Fabr. 

Quite common throughout the State. 
P, bipustulata, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hud- 
son county — Linell. 

P. chalybeipennis, Cr. 

Cape May, in July — Schwarz. 
P. picta, Say. 

Generally distributed throughout the State ; not common. 

LONGITARSUS, Latr. 
L. insolens, Horn. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 

L. melanurus, Mels. 

Newark — Loeffler. 

DIBOLIA, Latr. 
D. borealis, Chevr. 

Atco, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

PSYLLIODES, Latr. 
P. punctulata, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Anglesea, in July — 
Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. 



228 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P. convexior, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — 
Linell. 

MICRORHOPALA, Baly. 
M. vittata, Fabr, 

Not rare along the coast — Wenzel. Anglesea, in July — 
Schwarz. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

M. xerene, Newn. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Westville, rare 
— Liebeck. 

M. porcata, Melsh. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

ODONTOTA, Chevr. 
O. Bcapularis, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Hudson county — 

Linell. Newark. 

O. bicolor, Oliv. 

Newark ; apparently not rare. Determined by myself. 

O. dorsalis, Thunb, 

Generally distributed wherever the Locust [Rohinia pseudac- 
cacia) is found. 

O. rubra, Web. 

Quite common throughout the State. Ocean county, in May,, 
common on Locust — Smith. 

O. nervosa, Panz. 

Common throughout the State. Found in Ocean county 
with the preceding. 

CHARISTENA, Baly. 
O. nigrita, Oliv. 

Newark ; rare. Determined by myself. 



STBNISPA, Baly. 
S. metallica, Fabr. 

New Jersey, rare — Liebeck. CollectionDr. Horn. Newark. 

Ocean county, rare — Smith. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 229 

CASSIDA, Linn. 
C nigripes, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. 

C. bivittata, Say, 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. 

COPTOCYCLA, Chevr. 
C aurichalcea, Fabr. 

Generally distributed throughout the State ; locally quite 
common. 

C guttata, Oliv. 

Madison. Newark. 
C clavata, Fabr. 

More rare than aurichalcea, but as generally distributed and 
sometimes locally abundant. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

CHELYMORPHA, Chevr. 
O. argus, Licht. 

Common throughout the State. 

C phytophagica, Cr. 

On the Newark list. 



Family BRUCHID^. 

BRUCHUS, Linn. 
B. pisi, Linn. 

Common ; generally distributed. The well-known " pea 
weevil." 

B. bivulneratus, Horn. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
B. nigrinus, Horn. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 
B. alboscutellatus, Horn. 

Hudson county — Linell. 



230 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

B. calvus, Horn. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 
B. obsoletus, Say. i 

Common throughout the State ; infesting beans. 

B. musculus, Say. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, mainland, on Solidago — 
Hamilton. Madison. 

The list in this family is very incomplete. We have at least 
as many more specimens as are above recorded. 



Family T£X£BRIONID^. 

EPITRAGUS, Lee. 
B. arundinis, Lee. 

Common along the coast, from Sandy Hook to Cape May. 

July (Sandy Hook) to September (Brigantine Beach) — Hamilton. 

PHELLOPSIS, Lee. 
P. obcordata, Kirby. 

On dry fungoid growths on trees. Hudson county — Linell. 

Fort Lee — Smith. 

NYOTOBATES, Guer. 
N. pennsylvanica, De G. 

Common all over the State, under bark. 

Var. barbata, Knoch, 

With the type — Wenzel. 

MERINUS, Lee. 
M. laevis, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. 

UPIS, Fabr. 
U. eeramboides, Linn, 

On the Newark list. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. ' 231 

HAPLANDRUS, Lee. 
H. femoratus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed throughout the State ; not uncommon. 
H. ater, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Weuzel. I have taken it at New 
Brunswick. 

CBNTRONOPUS, Sol. 
C. parallelus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. 

SCOTOBATES, Horn. 
S. calcaratus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Newark. Cald- 
well, very rare — Crane. Madison. 

XYLOPINUS, Lee. 
X. saperdioides, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck, New- 
ark. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

X. ruflpes, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Cald- 
well, rare — Crane. 

X. eeneeeens, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

TENEBRIO, Linn. 
T. obseurus, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 
T. molitor, Linn. 

Equally common with the preceding. 
T. castaneus, Knoch. 

Dacosta, rare — Liebeck. 
T. tenebrioides, Beau v. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Caldwell, 
common — Crane. 



232 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

OPATRINUS, Latr. 
O. notus, Say. 

Quite common throughout the State. 

O. aciculatus, Lee. 

Rare. I have taken a few specimens near Jersey City. 

BLAPSTINUS, Lat. 
B. mcestus, Melsh. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

B. pulverulentus, Mann. 

Gloucester county, not common — Wenzel. 

B. interruptus, Say. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Brigantine Beach, in Septem- 
ber — Hamilton. 

B. metallicus, Fabr. 

Gloucester county and sea-shore, not common — Wenzel. Hud- 
son county — Linell. Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamil- 
ton. Madison. 

EPHALUS, Lee. 
B. latimanus, Lee. 

Ocean Beach — Paulmier. A single specimen only, now in the 
College collection. A very rare species, which I have taken 
sparingly on Long Island. 

TRIBOLIUM, MacL. 
T. ferrugineum, Fabr. 

Newark. Determined by myself. I have taken this com- 
monly. 

GNATHOCBRUS, Thunb. 
G. cornutus, Fabr. 

On the Newark list. New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 
Atlantic City — Castle. 

ALPHITOBIUS, Steph. 
A. diaperinus, Panz. 

On the Newark list. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 233 

ULOMA, Lap. 
U. impressa, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, 

in September, mainland — Hamilton. Newark. 

U. imberbis, Lee. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, 
in September, mainland — Hamilton. 

U. punctulata, Lee. 

Generally distributed, less common than the preceding — 
Wenzel. 

EUTOCHIA, Leo. 
B. picea, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. Atlantic City 

—Castle. 

AN^DUS, Blanch. 
A. brunneus, Ziegl. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. I have taken this not 

infrequently under leaves, almost anywhere in the State. 

PARATENETUS, Spin. 
P. fuscus, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

PHALERIA, Latr. 

P. testacea, Say. 

Common all along the sea-coast, from Sandy Hook to Cape 
May. 

DIAPERIS, Geoff. 
D. hydni, Fabr. 

Generally distributed throughout the State, and locally 

common. 

HOPLOCEPHALA, Lap. 
H. viridipennis, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. 



234 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

H. bicornis, Oliv. 

On the Newark jlist. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

PLATYDBMA, Lap. 
P. excavatum, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Anglesea, in July 
— Schwarz. Newark. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

P. ruflcorne, Sturm. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Newark. Brigan- 
tine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

P. ellipticum, Fabr. 

Locally common, generally distributed — Wenzel. 
P. americanum, Lap. 

Common, generally distributed — Wenzel. 

PHYLETUS, Meg. 
P. bifasciatus, Say, 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 

HYPOPHLCEUS, Fabr. 
H. cavus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 

H. parallelus, Melsh. 

Newark. Brigantine Beach, in September, mainland — Ham- 
ilton. Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Westville — 
Castle. 

H. thoracicus, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 



BOLBTOTHBRUS, Cand. 
B. bifurcue, Fabr. 

Common all over the State. 



BOLETOPHAGUS, 111. 
B. corticola, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 235 

B. depressus, Rand. 

Hudson county — Linell. Generally distributed, common — 
Wenzel. 

HBLOPS, Fabr. 
H. micans, Fabr. 

Locally common throughout the State. 
H. americanus, Beauv. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 
H. venustus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Atlantic City — Castle. 
H. gracilis, Bland. 

Atlantic and Cape May counties, rare — Wenzel. Atlantic 
City and Central New Jersey — Castle. 

H. sereus, Germ. 

Common throughout the State ; more rare than micans. 

MERACANTHA, Kirby. 
M. contracta, Beauv. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. 



STRONGYLIUM, Kirby. 
S. tenuicoUe, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. Madison. 



Family CISTELIDiE. 

ALLBCULA, Fabr. 
A. punctulata, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Anglesea, in July — 
Schwarz. 

HYMBNORUS, Muls. 
H. obscurus, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. 

H. ruflpes, Lee. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



236 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CISTELA, Fabr. 
C brevis, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 

C. sericea, Say. 

Newark ; common. 

ISOMIRA, Muls. 
I. quadristriata, Coup. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. 

MYOBTOOHARES, Lee. 
M. fraterna, Say. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 

ANDROCHIRUS, Lee. 
A. erythropus, Kirby. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. 

OAPNOCHROA, Lee. 
C. fuliginosa, Melsh. 

On the Newark list. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



Family LAGRIIDiE. 

ARTHROMACRA, Kirby. 
A. senea, Say. 

Atlantic and Cape May counties, rare — Wenzel. Newark. 

STATIRA, Latr. 
S. resplendens, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. 

S. gagatina, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, common — AVeuzel. Newark ; rare. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 237 

Family MELANDRYID^. 

TETRATOMA, Fabr. 
T. truncorum, Lee. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

PBNTHE, Newn. 
P. obliquata, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck, Wenzel. Newark. 
Madison. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

P. pimelia, Fabr. 

I have taken this not rarely, with the preceding, along the 
Palisades. 

SYNCHROA, Newn. 
S. punctata, Newn. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. 



MELANDRYA, Fabr. 

M. striata, Say. 

On the Newark list. 



EMMESA, Newn. 
E. labiata, Say. 

I have taken this rarely near Fort Lee. 



BNCHODES, Leo. 
E. sericea, Hald. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 



HYPULUS. Payk. 
H. simulator, Newn. 

Newark. Determined by myself. 

DIRC^A, Fabr. 
D. liturata, Lee. 

Newark. Determined by myself. Anglesea, in July- 
Schwarz. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



238 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

SYMPHORii, Lee. 
S. rugosa, Hald. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Newark — Loeffler. 

ANISOXYA, Muls. 
A. glaucula, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Newark — Loeffler. 

EUSTROPHUS, 111. 
E. conflnis, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 

E. bicolor, Say. 

Taken by me near Hoboken. 

E. bifasciatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 

E. tomentosus, Say. 

I have taken this near Hoboken. 

HALLOMBNUS, Panz. 
H. scapularis, Mels. 

Newark — Loeffler. 

ORCHESIA, Latr. 
O. castanea, Melsh. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Newark. 

SORAPTIA, Latr. 
S. sericea, Melsh. 

Newark — Loeffler. 

CANIPA, Leo. 
C. pallipes, Mels. 

Newark — Loeffler. 

MYCTERUS, Clairv. 
M. scaber, Hald. 

Not rare in the vicinity of Jersey City and Hoboken. 

There will be considerable additions in this family when the 
State is more thoroughly collected over. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 239 

Family PYTHID-ffi. 

PYTHO, Latr. 



P. americanus, Kirby. 

I have taken this rarely along the Palisades. 



Family CEDEMFRID^. 

MICROTONUS, Lee. 
M. sericans, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Newark — Loeffler. 

NACERDBS, Schm. 
N. melanura, Linn. 

Common near Newark and Jersey City. Madison. 

XANTHOCHROA, Schm. 
X. lateralis, Melsh. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 

OXACIS, Lee. 
O. notoxoides, Fabr. 

Newark. Determined by myself. 

O. dorsalis, Melsh. 

Common along the shore, from Sandy Hook to Cape May. 



ASCLBRA, Schm. 
A. ruflcollis, Say. 

Newark. Determined by myself. 



Family CEPHALOID^. 

CBPHALOON, Newn. 
C lepturoides, Newn. 

Newark. Determined by myself. 



240 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Family MORDELLID^. 

PENT ARIA, Muls. 
P. trifasciata, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. 

ANASPIS, Geoffr. 
A. rufa, Say. 

Common in the Orange Mountains. 

TOMOXIA, Costa. 

T. bidentata, Say. 

Newark. On dead trees ; not common, Caldwell, rare — 
Crane. 

MORDBLLA, Linn. 
M. melsena, Germ. 

Orange Mountains, not rare — Smith. Caldwell, common — 
Crane. 
M. scutellaris, Fabr. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, not common — WenzeL 
Orange Mountains, common — Smith. Caldwell, common — 
Crane. 
M. octopunctata, Fabr. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, rare — Wenzel. 

M. marginata, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Orange Moun- 
tains, common — Smith. 

M. triloba, Say. 

Newark. Determined by myself. 

M. discoidea, Melsh. 

Rare in the Orange Mountains. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

MORDBLLISTBNA, Costa. 
M. trifasciata. Say. 

Newark. Determined by myself. 

M. lepidula, Lee. 

Orange Mountains, rare — Smith. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 241 

M. limbalis, Melsh. 

Orange Mountains, rare — Smith. 

M. vapida, Lee. 

Orange Mountains, rare — Smith. 

M. fulvicollis, Melsh. 

Orange Mountains, only a single specimen — Smith. 

M. scapularis, Say. 

Orange Mountains, rare — Smith. 

M. comata, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Orange Moun- 
tains, common — Smith. 

M. aspersa, Melsh, 

Orange Mountains, the most common species — Smith. 

M, ancilla, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. 
M. varians, Lee. 

Orange Mountains, common — Smith. Brigantine Beach, in 
September — Hamilton. 

M. nigricans, Melsh. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Orange Moun- 
tains, not uncommon — Smith. 

M. ruflceps, Lee. 

New Jersey, exact locality unknown — Smith. 
M. splendens, Smith. 

Mr. Wenzel has taken a specimen in New Jersey. 
M. pustulata, Mels. 

Orange Mountains, not rare — Smith. 
M. fuscipennis, Mels. 

New Jersey, near Hoboken — Smith. 
M. ambusta, Lee. 

New Jersey, rare — Smith. 
M. unicoior, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Orange Mountains — 
Smith. 



242 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

M. marginalis, Say. 

Orange Mountains, not rare — Smith. 
M. pubescens, Fabr. 

Orange Mountains, rather common — Smith. 
M. bihamata, Melsh. 

Newark. Determined by myself. 
M. liturata, Melsh. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 
M. fuscata, Mels. 

Orange Mountains, rare — Smith. 

Most of my collections in this family were made in the hills 
back of Montclair, and on the first ridge, and almost always in 
July. 



Family ANTHICIDJB. 

CORPHYRA, Say. 
C. funebris, Horn. 

Along the coast, not rare — Wenzel. 

O. coUaris, Say. 

Along the coast, not rare — Wenzel. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

C. elegans, Hentz. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

MACR ATRIA, Newn. 
M. murina, Newn. 

I have taken this commonly in Ocean county. Newark — 

Loeffler. 

NOTOXUS, Geofier. 
N. bicolor, Say. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 

N. bifasciatus, Leo. 

Atco, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Clifton, locally 
common — Smith. Newark. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 243 

N. planicornis, Laf. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

N. monodon, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 

Var. delicatus, Casey. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

N, anchora, Hentz. 

Ocean county, not common — Smith. 

MBCYNOTARSUS, Laf. 
M. candidus, Lee. 

Westville, not rare — Liebeck. 

ANTHICUS, Payk. 
A. formicarius, Laf. 

Sea-shore, common — Wenzel. Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 
Brigantine Beach, in September, abundant — Hamilton. 

A. cinctus, Say. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

A. rejectus, Lee. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, frequent — Hamilton. 

A. floralie, Linn. 

Sea-shore, common — Wenzel. Newark — LoefSer. 

A. cribratus, Lee. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 

A. difflcilis, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

A. confusus, Lee. 

Anglesea — Wenzel. 
A. cervinus, Laf. 

Sea-shore, not rare — Wenzel. New Jersey — Collection Dr. 
Horn. 
A. spretus, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 



244 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

A. fulvipes, Laf. 

Newark — Loeffler. 

A. pallens, Lee. 

Sea-shore, not rare — Wenzel. Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 
Brigantine Beach, in September, rare — Hamilton. 



Family PYROCHROID-ffi. 

PYROOHROA, Geoff. 
P. flabellata, Fabr. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. Caldwell, common- 
Crane, 

P. femoralis, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 

DBNDROIDBS, Latr. 
D. canadensis, Latr. 

Recorded on the Newark list. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



Family MFLOID^. 

MBLOE, Linn. 
M. angusticollis, Say. 

On the Newark list. Caldwell, rare — Crane. Madison. 

M. americanus, Leach. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 



MACROBASIS, Lee. 
M. unicolor, Kirby. 

Generally distributed ; sometimes common. Madison. Cald- 
well. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 245 

EPICAUTA, Redt. 
B. trichrus, Pall. 

AV^estville, rare — Liebeck. 
E. vittata, Fabr. 

On the Newark list. Madison. Caldwell, common — Crane. 
E. cinerea, Forst. 

Not uncommon throughout the State. 
E. pennsylvanica, De G. 

Common in fall, on Solidago, almost everywhere. Brigantine 
Beach, in September — Hamilton. 

POMPHOPCEA, Leo. 
P. senea, Say. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 



Family RHIPIPHORID^. 

RHIPIPHORUS, Fabr. 
R. flavipennis, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 
R. dimidiatus, Fabr. 

Hudson county — Liuell. 
R. pectinatus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Newark. Caldwell, 
rare — Crane. 

R. limbatus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Newark. 



Family STYLOPID.^. 

XENOS, Rossi. 
X. peckii, Kirby. 

I have frequently caught the infested Polistes, but have not 
taken or bred the imago. 



246 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Family RHINOMACERID^. 

RHINOMACBR, Fabr. 
R. pilosus, Lee. 

Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. 

R. elongatus, Lee. 

Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. Westville, rather common — Lie- 
beck. Morristown, on dry pine branches — Julich. 



Family RHYNCHITIDiE. 

AULBTBS, Sch. 

A. ater, Lee. 

Landisville, Dacosta, rare — Liebeck. Fort Lee, on Sweet 
Fern — Julich. Anglesea — Wenzel. 

EUQNAMPTUS, Sch. 

B. angustatus, Hbst. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Liebeck. On Hick- 
ory — Wenzel. Newark. Madison. 

B. collaris, Fabr. 

On the Newark list. New Jersey — Julich. 

RHYNCHITBS, Hbst. 
R. bicolor, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State, on Rose. 
R. hirtus, Fabr. 

Atlantic and Cape May counties, rare — Wenzel. Dacosta, rare 
— Liebeck. Newark. Bergen — Julich. 

R. foBsifrons, Lee. 

Atco, very rare — Wenzel. 
R. seratuB, Say. 

Landisville, not uncommon — Liebeck. Bloomfield — Julich. 
Anglesea — Wenzel. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 247 

PTBROCOLUS, Sch. 
P. ovatus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Liebeck. Camden, 

Atco, on Scrub Oak, rather common — Wenzel. Newark. 

Orange, Fort Lee, on Oak — Julich. 



Family ATTELABID^. 

ATTBLABUS, Linn. 
A. analis, 111. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Liebeck. Newark. 

On Sumac — Julich. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

A. nigripes, Lee. 

Atlantic and Cape May counties, on Scrub Oak, not rare — 
Wenzel. 

A. bipustulatus, Fabr. 

Same as before — Wenzel. Generally distributed, not rare — 
Liebeck. Ocean county, common — Smith. 

A. rhois, Boh. 

Newark. Ocean county, on Rhus, not rare — Smith. Orange, 
on Hazel — Julich. 



Family OTIORHYNCHID^. 

EPICURUS, Sch. 
E. imbricatus, Say. 

Camden, rare — Liebeck. Generally distributed — Wenzel. 



HORMORUS, Horn. 
H. undulatus, Uhler. 

On the Newark list. West Hoboken — Julich. 



ANAMETIS, Horn. 
A. grisea, Horn. 

On the Newark list. 



248 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

PANSCOPUS, Sch. 
P. erinaceus, Say. 

On the Newark list. Under stones — Julich. 



PHYXBLTS, Sch. 
P. rigidus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Camden, rare — Liebeck. 
Newark, under stones — Julich. Madison. 



AQRAPHUS, Say. 
A. bellicus, Say. 

On the Newark list. Shrewsbury, on Solidago — Julich. 



OTIORHYNOHUS, Germ. 
O. sulcatus, Fabr. 

On the Newark list. New Jersey — Julich. 
O. ovatus, Linn. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Newark. New Jersey 
— Julich. 

CERCOPBUS, Sch. 
C. chrysorhoeus, Say. 

Orange — Julich. 

TANYMBCUS, Sch. 
T. confertus, Gyll. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 
Newark. Hudson county — Linell. 



PANDBLETBJUS, Sch. 
P. hilaris,' Hbst. 

Generally distributed, common — Liebeck, Julich. Newark. 



BRACHYSTYLUS, Sch. 
B. acutus, Say. 

On the Newark list. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 249 

ARAMIGUS, Horn. 
A. fuUeri, Horn. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. West Hoboken — Julich. 

MadisoD. 

APHRASTUS, Gyll. 
A. taeniatus, Gyll. 

Rather common throughout the State. 

OYPHOMIMUS, Horn. 
C dorsalis, Horn. 

Hudson county — Linell. Fort Lee, ou Prunus virginica — 

Julich. 



Family CURCULIONID^. 

SITONES, Sch. 
S. hispidulus, Germ. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Generally distributed, rare — 

Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. New Brunswick, rather 

common — Smith. This is a clover-root pest. 

S. flavescens, Marsh. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. 
New Jersey — Julich. 

S. crinitus, Oliv. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

ITHYOBRUS, Sch. 
I. noveboracensis, Forst. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. Hudson county 
— Linell. Newark. New Jersey — Julich. 

APION, Hbst. 
A. decoloratum, Smith. 

Camden and Gloucester counties — Wenzel. 

A. herculaneum, Smith. 

On the Newark list. On Cratcegus — Julich. 



250 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

A. segnipes, Say. 

Gloucester county, common — Wenzel. 
A. griseum, Smith. 

Gloucester county — Wenzel. 
A. rostrum, Say. 

Sweet Fern — Julich. 
A. nigrum, Hbst. 

August 26tli — Chittenden. 

Many more species of this genus will be added to the list when 
full collections are made. 

PHYTONOMUS, Sch. 
P. punctatus, Fabr. 

Camden, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, in 

September, one dead specimen — Hamilton. Anglesea, in July — 

Schwarz. Newark. This species has invaded New Jersey the 

present year (1889), and has become extremely abundant in the 

vicinity of Philadelphia and Camden. I received it early in the 

season from the northwestern part of the State. Beaten from 

trees at Fort Lee — Julich. Newark, common — Bischoff. 

P. comptus, Say. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. Hudson 
county — Liuell. New Jersey — Julich. 

P. nigrirostris, Fabr. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. This is a common species 
on the Long Island coast in early summer. Communipaw — 
Julich. 

LISTRONOTUS, Jek. 
L. tuberosus, Lee. 

Gloucester county, rare — Wenzel. 
L. squamiger, Say. 

Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. 
L. callosus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
L. insequalipennis, Boh. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark — Bischoff. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 251 

L. appendiculatus, Boh. 

Caoiden county. Atco, common on Pickerel Weed — Wenzel. 
In reeds, New Jersey — Julich. Newark, in reeds — Bischoff. 

L. latiusculus, Boh. 

Gloucester and Camden counties, rare — Wenzel. Hudson 
county — Linell. 

L. teretrirostris, Lee. 

New Jersey, in reeds — Julich. 

STROPHISOMA, Billb. 

S. coryli, Fabr. 

Orange Mountains, on Betula lenta — Julich. 

MACROPS, Kirby. 
M. sparsus, Say. 

New Jersey — Julich. Newark — Bischoff. 

M. humilis, Gyll. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, three specimens — Hamilton. 
New Jersey — Julich. Ocean county, not common — Smith. 

M. solutus, Boh. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Camden and Glouces- 
ter counties, not rare — Wenzel. New Jersey — Julich. Newark 
— Bischoff. 

PISSODES, Germ. 
P. strobi, Peck. 

Generally distributed throughout the State ; injurious to Pine 
and Spruce. 

PACHYLOBIUS, Lee. 
P. picivorus, Germ. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Rare — Liebeck. 

Brigantine Beach, in September, four specimens washed up — 

Hamilton. 

HYLOBIUS, Germ. 
H. pales, Hhst, 

Generally distributed throughout the State and common. 



252 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

EUDOOIMUS. Sch. 
E. mannerheimii, Boh. 

In cedar swamps — Julich. 

LIXUS, Pabr. 
L. Sylvius, Boh. 

Fort Lee — Linell, Julich. 
L. terminalis, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel. Westvnlle, 
rather common — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

L. rectus, Lee. 

Arlington — Julich. 
L. concavus, Say. 

More or less common throughout the State. 
L. musculus, Say. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Camden and Gloucester counties, 
rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. New Jer- 
sey — Julich. 

DORYTOMUS, Staph. 
D. mucidus, Say. 

New Jersey — Julich. 
D. laticollis, Lee. 

Guttenburg, on Poplar — Julich. 
D. brevicollis, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 



ERYCUS, Tourn. 
E. puncticollis, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. West Hoboken — Julich. Newark 

— Bischoff. 

BARYTYCHIUS, Jek. 
B. amcenus, Say. 

On the Newark list. 

SMICRONYX, Sch. 
S. griseus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark — Bischoti. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 253 

S. squammulatus, Lee. 

Anglesea — Wenzel. 

PHYLLOTROX, Sch. 
P. ferrugineuB, Lee. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

BNDALUS, Lap. 
E. limatulus, GylL 

Hoboken, salt meadows — Julich. 

TANYSPHYRUS, Sch. 
T. lemnse, Fabr. 

Westville, rather common — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. 

Hoboken, salt meadows — Julich. 

ANCHODEMUS, Lee. 

A. angustus, Lee. 

Hoboken, salt meadows — Julich. 

LISSORHOPTRUS, Lee. 
L. apiculatus, Gyll. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Camden and Glouces- 
ter counties, common — Wenzel. 

L. simplex, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. Hoboken, salt meadows — Julich. 

BAGOUS, Germ. 

B. obliquus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Julich. 
B. magister, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. 

OTIDOCEPHALUS, Chevr. 
O. myrmex, Hbst. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Wenzel, Liebeck. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Julich. 



254 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

O. scrobicollis, Boh. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. 
O. chevrolatii, Horn. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell, 
Julich. 

O. laevicoUis, Horn. 

Hudson county — Linell, Julich. 

MAGDALIS, Germ. 
M. perforata, Horn. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 
M. lecontei, Horn. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Rather common — Lie- 
beck. 

M. barbita, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Newark. New Jersey 
— Julich. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

M. senescens, Lee. 

Anglesea — Wenzel. 
M. olyra, Hbst. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. 
Atlantic City. Anglesea. 

M. pan dura, Say. 

Sea-shore counties, rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — Liebeck. 
New Jersey — Julich. 

M. armicoUis, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Newark. New Jersey 
— Julich. Atlantic City — Castle. 

M. pallida. Say. 

As before — Wenzel. Newark. New Jersey — Julich. At- 
lantic City — Castle. 

ANTHONOMUS, Germ. 
A. quadrigibbus, Say. 

Camden and Gloucester counties, on Wild Cherry — Wenzel. 
Dacosta, rather common — Liebeck. Newark. New Jersey — 
Julich. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 255 

A. profundus, Lee. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. 

A. scutellatus, Gyll. 

Dacosta, rare — Liebeck. New Jersey — Julich. 

A. signatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Westville, rather 
common — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell, Julich. An- 
glesea. 

A. helvolus, Boh. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Julich. 

A. sycophanta, Walsh. 

On the Newark list. New Jersey — Julich. 

A. suturalis, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Newark. New Jersey 
— Julich. 

A. musculus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Newark. 

A. corvulus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

A. diejuncta, Lee. 

Gloucester county, rare — Wenzel. New Jersey — Collection 
Dr. Horn. Atlantic City — Castle. 

A. ungularis, Lee. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

A. mixtus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 

ORCHBSTBS, 111. 
O. pallicornis, Say. 

Newark. Determined by myself. 

O. niger, Horn. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

O. ephippiatus, Say. 

New Jersey — Julich. 



256 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

ELLBSOHUS, Steph. 
B. bipunctatus, Linn. 

New Jersey — Julich. 
E. ephippiatus, Say. 

New Jersey — Julich. Newark — Bischoff. 

PRIONOMBRUS, Sch. 
P. calceatus, Say. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. Newark. 

PIAZORHINUS, Sch. 
P. scutellaris, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — 

Linell, Julich. 

P. pictus, Lee. 

Shrewsbury, collected by Soltau — Julich. 

THYSANOONEMIS, Lee. 
T. fraxini, Lee. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Gloucester, in a hard fungus, rare 

— Wenzel. Atlantic City — Castle. 

PLOCETES, Lee. 
P. ulmi, Lee. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. Gloucester, a single specimen only 

— Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. Atlantic City — Castle. 

TYCHIUS, Seh. 

T. sordidus, Lee. 

Anglesea — Wenzel. 

GYMNBTRON, Sch. 
G teter, Fabr. 

Rather common throughout the State, on Mullen. 

MIARUS, Steph. 
M. hispidulus, Lee. 

On the Newark list. New Jersey — Julich. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 257 

LuEMOSACCUS, Sch. 
L. plagiatus, Sch. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Liebeck. Not com- 
mon, on Oak — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. 
On Oak — Julich. 

CONOTRACHBLUS, Sch. 
C. juglandis, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. 
Newark. New Jersey — Julich. 

C. nenuphar, Hbst. 

The plum curculio ; common throughout the State. 

C. elegans, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. Newark. New Jersey — Julich. 

C. aratus, Germ. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. 

C. cratsegi, Walsh. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. New Jersey — Julich. Cald- 
well, common — Crane. 

C. naso, Lee. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. 

C. posticatus, Boh. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. 
Newark. New Jersey — Julich. 

C. geminatus, Lee. 

Atlantic county, rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — Liebeck. 
Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Julich. 

C. anag-lypticus, Say. 

Rather common throughout the State. 

C fissunguis, Leo. 

Sea-shore, rather common — Liebeck. Cape May county, on 
Wild Hollyhock— Wenzel. 



258 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

RHYSSEMATUS, Chevr. 
R. lineaticoUis, Say. 

I used to find this not rarely along the Palisades. Ou Asclepias 
— Julich. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

CHALCODERMA, Sch. 
C. collaris, Horn. 

Atlantic City — Castle. 

ACALLBS, Sch. 
A. spec, indet. 

Newark, in ants' nests — Bischoff. This most resembles the 

southern davatus, but seems to differ from all the species in Dr. 

Horn's collection. 

TYLODERMA, Say. 
T. foveolatum, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Westville, rare — Lie- 
beck. New Jersey — Julich. Newark — Bischoff. 

T. fragarise, Riley. 

Arlington, Maplewood, under stones — Julich. 

T. serum, Say. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. New Jersey — Julich. Newark — 
Bischoff. 

PHYRDBNUS, Lee. 
P. undatus, Lee. 

In cedar swamps — Julich. 

CRYPTORHYNCHUS, 111. 
C. parochus, Hbst. 

On the Newark list. On Butternut — Julich. 

C. bisignatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. Landisville, rare — 
Liebeck. New Jersey — Julich. 

C. fuscatus, Lee. 

Newark. Determined by myself. In cedar swamps — Julich. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 259 

C. pumilus, Boh. 

New Jersey, in cedar swamps — Julich. 
C. obliquus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel. 
New Jersey, in cedar swamps — Julich. 

C. fallax, Lee. 

Camden, rare — Wenzel. New Jersey — Julich. 
O. minutissimus, Lee. 

Hudson county— Linell. New Jersey — Julich. 
C tristis, Lee. 

Newark — Bischoff. 
C. ferratus, Say. 

Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. Hud- 
son county — Linell. New Jersey — Julich. Newark — Bischoif. 
C. lapathi, Linn. 

Newark. Determined by myself. Bergen — Julich. 

BAROPSIS, Lee. 

B. cribratus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn. 

PIAZURUS, Sch. 
P. oculatus, Say. 

Westville, rare — Liebeck. New Jersey — Julich. Newark — 
• Bischoff. 

OOPTURUS. Sch. 
O. operculatus, Say. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

C. quercus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. 
C. longulus, Lee. 

Atco, one specimen — Wenzel. 
C. binotatus, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. Snake Hill, Fort Lee — Julich. 
C. minutus, Lee. 

Anglesea, rare — Wenzel. Anglesea, in July — Schwarz, 



260 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

ACOPTUS, Lee. 
A. suturalis, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. Newark. Orange — Julich. 

TACHYGONUS, Sch. 
T. lecontei, Gyll. 

Atco, Red Bank, on Pine, rare — Wenzel. Caldwell — Crane» 

T. centralis, Lee. 

Landisville, rather common — Liebeck. 

T. tardipes, Lee. 

Atlantic City — Castle. 

MONONYOHUS, Germ. 
M. vulpeculus, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, rather common, on Blue Flag — 

Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. Newark. New Jersey — 
Julich. 

CRAPONIUS, Leo. 
C. inaequalis, Say. 

West Hoboken — Julich. 

CCELIODBS, Sch. 
C. curtus, Say. 

Anglesea, not uncommon — Liebeck. Newark. 

0. cruralis, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Julich. 

C. nebulosus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

C. flavicaudis. Boh. 

Shrewsbury, on White Nettle — Julich. 

C. acephalus, Say. 

Common on the coast — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. 
Shrewsbury — Julich. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 261 

ACALLODBS, Lee. 
A. ventricosus, Lee. 

On the Newark list. Newark — Julich. Ocean county — 
Smith. 

CBUTORHYNCHUS, Germ. 
C rapae, Gyll. 

West Hoboken — Julich. 
C sulcipennis, Lee. 

Weehawken — Julich. 
C. semirufus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Julich. 
C. septentrionalis, Gyll. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

PELONOMUS, Thorn. 
P. sulcicollis, Fabr. 

Generally distributed, common— Liebeck. Camden and 
Gloucester counties, common — Wenzel. 

CCELOGASTBR, Sch. 
C zimmermanni, Gyll. 

On the Newark list. South Orange, on Beggar's Nits — Julich. 
C. cretura, Hbst. 

New Jersey — Julich. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

RHINONCUS, Sch. 
R. pyrrhopus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Liebeck. Camden 

and Gloucester counties, not rare — Wenzel. Anglesea, in July 

— Schwarz. New Jersey — Julich. 

R. longulus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

RHOPTOBARIS, Lee. 
R. nova speeies, Horn dixit. 
A n fflesea — Wen zel . 



262 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

BARIS, Germ. 
B. umbilicata, Lee. 

Atco, rare — Wenzel. Hudson county — Linell. Ocean county 

—Smith. 

B subaenea, Lee. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. 

B. confinis, Lee. 

Ocean county — Smith. 

B. serea, Boh. 

Atlantic City — Castle. 

B. interstitialis, Say. 

On Yarrow — Julich. 

PSBUDOBARIS, Leo. 

P. nigrina, Say. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. On Solidago — 
Julich. 

ONYOHOBARIS, Lee. 
O. rugicollis, Lee. 

Atco, rare — Wenzel. On Asdepias — Julich. 

MADARUS, Sch. 
M. undulatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. Westville, 
rather common — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. New Jer- 
sey — Julich. 

STETHOBARIS, Leo. 
S. tubulatus, Say. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

CBNTRINUS, Sch. 

C. scutellum-albura, Say. 

Common throughout the State. 

C. penicellus, Hbst. 

Anfflesea — Wenzel. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 263 

C. picumnus, Hbst. 

Found throughout the State; sometimes excessively abundant. 
C. lineicollis, Lee. 

New Jersey — Julich. 
C. rectirostris, Leo. 

South Orange — Julich. 
C. confinis, Lee. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

ZYGOBARIS, Lee. 
Z. quadricolle, Lee. 

West Hoboken, one specimen only — Julich. 

BALANINUS, Germ. 
B. uniformis, Lee. 

Newark. Determined by myself. New Jersey — Julich. 
B. nasicus, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Weuzel, Liebeck. Newark. 
Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. New Jersey — Julich. 

B. caryse, Horn. 

New Jersey — Julich. 
B. i-ectus, Saj\ 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. Newark. 
New Jersey — Julich. Caldwell, common — Crane. 
B. quercus, Horn. 

Brigantine Beach, mainland, in September — Hamilton. New 
Jersey — Julich. 

B. Gary atry pes, Boh. 

New Jersey — Julich. 



Family BREXTHID^. 

EUPSALIS, Lee. 
E. niinuta, Dru. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. New Jersey — Julich. 



264 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Family CALANDRID^. 

RHODOB^NUS, Lee. 

R. tredecimpunctata, 111. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel, Liebeck, 
Newark. Caldwell, common — Crane. Madison. 

SPHBNOPHORUS, Sch. 
S. simplex, Lee. 

New Jersey — Collection Dr. Horn ; also Julich. 

S. insequalis, Say. 

Rare on the shore — Wenzel. New Jersey — Collection Dr. 
Horn. 

S. ochreus, Lee. 

Generally distributed, rare — Linell. New Jersey — Julich. 
Orange Mountains — Hess. 

S. pertinax, Leo. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Sea-shore, common — Wenzel, 
Liebeck. Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. New- 
ark. Breeds in reed, — Calmus — Julich. 

S. costipennis, Horn. 

Sea-shore, rare — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, in September — 
Hamilton. New Jersey — Julich. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

S. cariosus, Oliv. 

Brigantine Beach, in September — Hamilton. New Jersey — 
Julich. 

S. sculptilis, Uhler. 

Sea-shore, common — Wenzel, Liebeck. New Jersey — Julich. 
Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

S. melanocephalus, Fabr. 

Sea-shore, rare — Liebeck. Hudson county — Linell. New 
Jersey — Julich. 

S. sayi, Gyll. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 265 

S. placidus, Say. 

Sea-shore, rare — Wenzel. Rather common — Liebeck. Brig- 
antine Beach, in September, abundant — Hamilton. Hudson 
county — Linell. New Jersey — Julich. Newark — BischoflF. 

S. parvulus, Gyll. 

Generally distributed, rare — Liebeck. Sea-shore, common — 
Wenzel. New Jersey — Julich. 

S. retusus, Gyll. 

Sea-shore, not common — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, in Sep- 
tember, abundant — Hamilton. 

CALANDRA, Clairv. 
C oryzae, Linn. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Newark. 

C. remotepunctata, Gyll. 

Generally distributed, rather common — Liebeck. New Jersey 
— Julich. 

C. granaria, Linn. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

DRYOPHTHORUS. Sch. 

D. corticalis, Say. 

Generally distributed, rare — Wenzel, Liebeck. New Jersey 
— Julich. 

COSSONUS, Clairv. 
C. platalea, Say. 

Generally distributed, not common — Wenzel. New Jersey — 
Julich. 

C concinnus, Boh, 

New Jersey — Julich. 

O. corticola, Say. 

As before — Wenzel. Newark. New "Jersey — Julich. An- 
glesea. 

C. impreseifrons, Boh. 

Brigantine Beach, mainland and island, frequent — Hamilton. 



266 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

MBSITES, Sch. 
M. subcylindricus, Horn. 

Anglesea, rare — Wenzel. Cape May, in July — Schwarz. 

PHLCBOPHAGUS, Sch. 
P. minor, Horn. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. New Jersey — Julich. 

WOLLASTONIA, Horn. 

W. quercicola, Boh. 

Landisville, rare — Liebeck. Sea-shore, rare — Wenzel. New 
Jersey — Julich. 

RHYNCHOLUS, Germ. 
R. brunneuB, Mann. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

R. oregonensis, Horn. 

Anglesea — Wenzel. 

STBNOSCBLIS, Woll. 
S. brevis, Boh. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Julich. Ocean county 

—Smith. 



Family SCOLYTID^. 

MONARTHRUM, Kirsch. 
M. fasciatum, Say. 

Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. New Jersey — Julich. 

M. mall, Fitch. 

Dacosta, rare — Wenzel. New Jersey — Julich. 

PITYOPHTHORUS, Bich. 
P. minutissimus, Zimm. 

New Brunswick, common in oak twigs — Smith. New Jersey 
— Julich. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 267 

P. pullus, Zimni. 

Atco, rare — Wenzel. New Jersey — Julich. 
P. pulicarius, Zimm. 

Cape May Court House, in July — Schwarz. 
P. puberulus, Lee. 

Cape May Court House, in July — Schwarz, 

HYPOTHBNEMUS, Westw, 
H. eruditus, Westw. 

Bred from Grape and Oak, New Brunswick. Anglesea, in 
July — Schwarz. New Jersey — Julich. 

H.-hispidulus, Lee. 

Bred from Hickory and Oak. This is not the same as 
eruditus. 

H. dissimilie, Zimm. 

Bred from Grape and Oak. I consider this = eruditus. 
Anglesea. 

H. erectus, Lee. 

Bred from Hickory and Oak, New Brunswick. 

XYLOTBRUS, Br. 
X. politus, Say. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

XYLBBORUS, Bich. 
X. pyri, Peck. 

Anglesea — Wenzel. 
X. celsus, Eieh. 

Dacosta, rare — Wenzel. New Jersey — Ji^ich. 
X. fuscatus, Eich. 

New Jersey — Julich. 
X. xylographuB, Say. 

Dacosta, not rare — Wenzel. Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 
New Jersey — Julich. 

X. pubescens, Zimm. 

Dacosta, not rare — Wenzel. On Oak — Julich. t 



268 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

X. caelatus, Eich. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. New Jersey — 
Julich. 

DRYOCCBTE3, Eich. 
D. granicollis, Lee. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

TOMICUS, Latr. 
T. calligraphus, Germ. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, 
mainland, in September — Hamilton. New Jersey — Julich. 

T. cacogTaphus, Lee. 

Same localities as before. 
T. pini, Say. 

Newark. Determined by myself. New Jersey — Julich. 

MICRACIS, Leo. 
M. asperula, Lee. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

M. opacicollis, Lee. 

Boring in the pith of small oak twigs, New Brunswick. 

SCOLYTUS, GeofiF. 
S. quadrispinosus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not rare — Wenzel. Newark. New 
Jersey — Julich. 

S. rugulosus, Ratz. 

Peach and Wild Cherry — Julich. 



CHRAMESUS, Lee. 
C. icoriae, Lee. 

Hudson county — Linell. Common in hickory twigs, New 

Brunswick. New Jersey — Julich. 

PHLCEOTRIBUS, Latr. 
P. liminaris, Harr. 

New Jersey — Julich. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 269 

P. frontalis, Oliv. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

HYLESINUS, Pabr. 
H. aculeatus, Say. 

On Ash, New Jersey — Julich. 

H. opaculus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

H. trifolii. L. 

The clover-root borer. Bergen — Julich. 

PHLCB0SINU3, Chap. 
P. serratus, Lee. 

Anglesea, rare — Wenzel. 

P. dentatus, Say. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. Brigantine Beach, in Septem- 
ber — Hamilton. In Red Cedar — Julich. 



CARPHOBORUS, Bich. 

C. bifurcus, Eich. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

DBNDROCTONUS, Br. 

D. terebrans, Oliv. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. Caldwell, com- 
mon — Crane. New Jersey — Julich. 

CRYPTURGUS, Br. 
C. atomus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

HYLASTBS, Br. 
H. porculus, Er. 

Generally distributed, common — Wenzel. * 

H. cavernosus, Zimm. 

New Jersey — Julich. 



270 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

HYLURGOPS, Lee. 
H. pinifex, Fitch. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

The list is very incomplete in this family, because collectors 
have not generally sought for the species and they are difficult of 
determination. 



Family ANTHRIBID^. 

EURYMYCTBR, Lee. 
E. fasciatus, Oliv. 

On the Newark list. Sea-coast, rare — Wenzel. Orange, 
Snake Hill — Julich. 

TROPIDERB3, Sch. 
T. rectus, Lee. 

Sea-coast, rare — Wenzel. 



ALLANDRUS, Lee. 
A. bifasciatus, Lee. 

On Linden — Julich. 

HORMISCUS, Waterh. 
H. saltator, Lee. 

Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 

New Jersey — Julich. 

H. nova species, Schwarz dixit. 

Anglesea, in July — Schwarz. 



EUSPHYRUS, Leo. 
E. -walshii, Lee. 

Gloucester, rare — Wenzel. 

PIBZOCORYNUS, Sch. 
P. mixtus, Lee. 

New Jersey — Julich. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 271 

P. moestus, Lee. 

Sea-coast, rare — Wenzel. Brigantine Beach, in September, 
rare — Hamilton. 

CRATOPARIS, Sch. 
C. lunatus, Fabr. 

Occurs throughout the State more or less commonly. 

BRACHYTAR8US, Sch. 
B. alternatus, Say. 

Hudson county — Linell. New Jersey — Julich. 

B. tomentosus, Say. 

Gloucester, one specimen only — Wenzel. Hudson county — 
Linell. New Jersey — Julich. 

B. variegatus, Say. 

Generally distributed, not uncommon — Wenzel, Liebeck. 



ANTHRIBULUS, Lee. 
A. rotundatus, Lee. 

Anglesea — Wenzel. 



Order LEPIDOPTERA. 

Family NYMPHALID-ffi. 

Sub-Family SATYRIN^S. 

SATYRUS, Westw. 
S. pegala, Fabr. 

Rare along the coast of southern New Jersey. Seven Mile 
Beach, Mount Holly — Aaron. 

S. alope, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 
Var. maritima, Edw. 

Jamesburg, Ocean county, Cape May county, and there the 
common form ; at Jamesburg it runs into the typical form. 



272 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Form nephele, Kirby. 

Occurs with and generally replaces the typical form in the 
northern counties. Warren county ; common. 

DBBIS, Westw. 
D. portlandia, Fabr. 

General throughout the State, but rather local. Newark. 
Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

NBONYMPHA, Westw. 
N. canthus, Bd.-Lec. 

Mount Holly, Westville — Aaron. Newark. Quite gener- 
ally distributed, but rare. 

N. areolatus, Sni.-Abb. 

Atlantic City, Seven Mile Beach — Aaron. Morristown — 
Edwards. A southern species ; its occurrence in the State 
occasional. 

N. eurytris, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 
N. soeybius, Fabr. 

Mount Holly — Aaron. Occasional in southern New Jersey. 



Sub-Family NYMPHALIN^. 

APATURA, Fabr. 
A. clyton, Bd.-Lec. 

New Jersey is included in the faunal map of this species, but 

I have no record of its capture. 

LIMBNITIS, Fabr. 
L. Ursula, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 

L. arthemis, Dru. 

Schooley's Mountain — Aaron. Also recorded on the Newark 
list. 

Var. proserpina, Edw. 

On the Newark list, without definite locality. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 273 

L. disippus, Gdt. 

Common throughout the State. 

GRAPTA, Kirby. 
G. interrogationis, Fabr. 

Both forms of the species — ■fabricii, Edw., and umhrosa, Lint. 
— are rather common throughout the State. 

G. comma, Harr. 

Less common, but equally distributed throughout the State. 
Forms harinsii, Edw., and dryas, Edw. 

G. faunus, Edw. 

Schooley's Mountain — Aaron. A northern and mountain 
form. 

G. progne, Cram. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

G. J-album, Bd.-Lec. 

Schooley's Mountain — Aaron. Also recorded on the Newark 
list. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



VANESSA, Fabr. 
V. antiopa, Linn. 

Common throughout the State, the larvse often defoliating 

Willow. 

V. milberti, Gdt. 

Schooley's Mountain — Aaron. Orange Mountains, rare. It 
is a northern form. 

PYRAMBIS, Doubl. 
P. atalanta, Linn. 

Common throughout the State. 

P. huntera, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 

P. cardui, Linn. 

Common throughout the State. 



274 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

JUNONIA, Doubl. 
J. coenia, Hb. 

Common seasonally, south of Trenton — Aaron. Newark, 

also seasonally abundant. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



BUPTOIBTA. Doubl. 
B. Claudia, Cram. 

Cape May, Atlantic City, Mount Holly — Aaron. Occurs 

also northwardly, near the coast, and is on the Newark list. 



AGRAULIS, Bd.-Lec. 
A. vanillae, Linn. 

Cape May, Seven Mile Beach — Aaron. Camden county. 

ARGYNNIS, Pabr. 
A. idalia, Dru. 

Found throughout the State ; usually not common. Caldwell, 

common — Crane. Newark, in July — Seib. 

A. cybele, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 
A. aphrodite, Fabr. 

Schooley's Mountain — Aaron. Orange Mountains. Also on 
the Newark list, without definite locality. 

A. myrina, Cram. 

Common throughout the State. Abundant on cranberry bogs. 
A. bellona, Fabr. 

Found throughout the State ; more common northwardly. 

PHYCIODBS, Doubl. ' 
P. nycteis, Doubl. -Hew. 

Gloucester, Mount Holly — Aaron. Also on the Newark list. 
Not common. 

P. tharos, Dru. 

Common throughout the State. 
P. batesii, Reak. 

Gloucester — Aaron. Not on the Newark list. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 275 

MELIT^A, Fabr. 
M. phaeton, Dru. 

Occurs all over the State, in fresh-water swamps. 

M. harrisii, Scudd, 

Schooley's Mountain — Aaron. Also on the Newark list. 

DANAIS, Latr. 
D. archippus, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. Larva on Asclepias. 



Sub-Family LIBYTHEIN^. 

LIBYTHBA, Fabr. 
L. bachmanni, Kirtl. 

Gloucester — Aaron. Also on the Newark list. Common at 

Sandy Hook in 1886 — Beutenmiiller. 



Family LYC^NID^. 

Sub-Family ERYCININ^. 

CALBPHBLIS, Grt. & Rob. 
C. borealis, Grt. & Rob. 

Opposite Delaware Water Gap — Aaron. Not on the Newark 
list. 



Sub-Family l.YCJEJilNJE. 

THECLA, Fabr. 
T. halesus, Cram. 

Cape May, Gloucester, near Westville — Aaron. A.lso on the 
Newark list. 

T. m-album, Bd.-Lec. 

Atlantic City — Aaron. Not on the Newark list. 



276 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

T. favonius, Sm.-Abb. 

On the Newark list, without definite locality. 

T. humuli, Harr, 

Quite generally distributed, but nowhere common. 

T. melinus, Hub. 

On the Newark list, without definite locality. The State is 
included in Mr. Scudder's faunal map of this species. 

T. acadica, Edw, 

New Jersey is included in Mr. Scudder's faunal map of this 
species, but I have received no records of its capture. 

T. edwardsii, Saund. 

Recorded on the Newark list, without definite locality. 

T. calanus, Hiib. 

Found throughout the State, but not common. Caldwell, 
rare — Crane. Newark, in July — Seib. 

T. strigoea, Harr. 

On the Newark list, without definite locality. 
T. smilacis, Bd.-Leo. 

Locally not rare in the Passaic Valley region, early in spring. 
Newark, in May — Seib. 

T. augustus, Kirby. 

Gloucester, Westville, Mount Holly — Aaron. Not taken by 
the Newark collectors. 

T. irus, Godt. 

Gloucester — Aaron. Westville. Also taken by the Newark 
collectors. 

T. henrici, Grt. & Rob. 

Westville, local ; also on the Newark list. 
T. niphon, Hub. 

Gloucester, Mount Holly — Aaron. Westville, rare ; also on 
the Newark list. 

T. laeta, Edw. 

Atlantic City — Aaron. Not on the Newark list. 

T. titus, Fabr. 

Mount Holly — Aaron. Also on the Newark list. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 277 

LYC^NA, Pabr. 
L. couperii, Grote. 

New Jersey is included in Mr. Scudder's faunal map of this 

species, and he has it recorded from the vicinity of New York 

City. I know of no specimens from this State. 

L. pseudargiolus, Bd.-Lec. 

This species and its various forms and races are quite common 
throughout the State, but somewhat local. 

L. comyntas, Godt. 

Common throughout the State. 

CHRYSOPHANUS, Doubl. 
C. thoe, Bd.-Lec. 

Schooley's Mountain — Aaron. Recorded on the Newark list. 

Said to be very local. Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark, in 

July — Seib. 

C expixanthe, Bd.-Lec. 

. Dacosta, not rare — Aaron. Not on the Newark list. 
C hypophlceus, Bdv.—lamericana, D'Urb.) 
Common throughout the State. 



FENISECA, Grt. 
P. tarquinius, Fabr. 

Mount Holly — Aaron. Also on the Newark list. Seems 

generally distributed, but local and nowhere common. 



Family PAPILIONID^. 

Sub-Family PAPILIONINJE. 

PAPILIO, Lir.n. 
P. ajax, Linn. 

Recorded on the Newark list, and said to be not rare seasonally 

and locally. There is considerable Paw-Paw in the State. 



278 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P. philenor, Linn. 

Atlantic City, Westville, Mount Holly — Aaron. Quite 
generally distributed throughout the State ; not common. 

P. brevicauda, Saund. 

Pemberton — Aaron. Mr. Aaron marks the name with a (?). 
I have seen a specimen from Hightstown, which, with a different 
locality label, would pass very well for this species. 

P. asterias, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 
P. troilus, Linn, 

Common throughout the State. 
P. turnus, Linn, 

Common throughout the State. The dimorphic female, 
glancus, is rare. 

P. cresphontes, Cram, 

Trenton — Aaron. On the Newark list. Isolated specimens 
occur throughout the State. Caldwell — Crane. 



Sub-Family PIERIN^. 

CALLIDRYAS, Bdv. 
C. eubule, Linn. 

Mount Holly, Atlantic City — Aaron. Also on the Newark 

list. Long Branch — Edwards. 

ANTHOCHARIS, Bdv. 
A. genutia, Fabr. 

Westville, Mount Holly, Seven Mile Beach — Aaron. Timber 

Creek. 

COLIAS, Fabr. 
C. eurytheme, Bdv. 

Mount Holly — Aaron. Occasionally taken by members of 

the Newark Society. 

C, philodice, Godt. 

Common throughout the State. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 279 

TERIAS, Swains. 
T. nicippe, Cram. 

Mount Holly, Westville, Atlantic City — Aaron. I have seen 
it quite generally throughout the State, but nowhere common. 
Caldwell, rare — Crane., Newark, in September — Seib. 

T. lisa, Bd.-Lec. 

Not rare throughout the State. Newark, in October — Seib. 

PIERIS, Schr. 
P. protodice, Bdv. 

Mount Holly, Westville — Aaron. Occasional throughout the 

southern part of the State. 

P. rapae, Linn, 

The common cabbage butterfly ; found everywhere. 
P. oleracea, Bdv. 

Orange Mountains; rare. Probably more common in the 
hilly north of New Jersey. 



Family H£SP£RIDiE. 

EUDAMUS, Swains. 
E. pylades, Scudd. 

Quite generally distributed, not common — Aaron. 
E. bathyllus, Sm.-Abb. 

Common throughout the State. 
B. lycidas, Sm.-A.bb. 

Quite generally distributed, but rare. Taken both by the Phil- 
adelphia and Newark collectors. Caldwell, common — Crane. 
Taken in June — Seib. 

E. cellus, Bd.-Lec. 

Taken rarely by the Newark collectors. 
E. tityrus, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. Taken in July — Seib. 



280 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

E. proteus, Linn. 

Cape May — Aaron. Also on the Newark list. 

NISONIADBS, Speyer. 
N. brizo, Bd.-Lec. 

Gloucester — Aaron. Westville. Also on the Newark list. 
Newark, in May — Seib. Not rare. 

N. icelus, Lint. 

Opposite Delaware Water Gap — Aaron. Also on the Newark 
list. 
N. lucilius, Lint. 

The State is included in Mr. Scudder's faunal map of the 
species, but it has not been taken by collectors, so far as I know. 

N. persius, Scudd. 

This is in the same case as the preceding. 
N. ausonius, Lint. 

Said to occur in the State, but I have seen no positive records 
of the fact. 

N. martialis, Scudd. 

Taken in New Jersey — Aaron. Not on the Newark list. 
N. juvenalis, Fabr. 

Common near Philadelphia, and quite generally distributed 
throughout the State, in my experience. Newark, in July — 
Seib. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

N. horatius. Scudd. 

Occurs in this State, according to Scudder's faunal map, but I 
know of no actual records. 

N. terrentius, Scudd. 

This is in the same case with the preceding. 

PHOLISORA, Speyer. 
P. catuUus, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 

PYRGUS, Westw. 
P. tessellata, Scudd. 

Quite common throughout the State. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 281 

P. centaureae, Ramb. 

Recorded from all laud sides of the State and almost certain 
to occur here. 

ANCYLOXYPHA, Feld. 
A. numitor, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 



AMBLYSCIRTES, Speyer. 
A. vialis, Edw. 

Locally common throughout the State. Not ou the Newark 
list. 

A. samoset, Scudd. 

Said to occur from Maine to Georgia, but has not been actually 
recorded from this State. 



PAMPHILA, Fabr. 
P. massasoit, Scudd. 

Gloucester — Aaron. Swamps near Westville. Also on the 
Newark list. Not common. 

P. zabulon, Bd.-Lec. 

Not rare throughout the State. The form hobomock is more 
common, while pocahontas is rare. 

P. eassacus, Hair. 

Trenton — Aaron. Also on the Newark list. Caldwell — 
Crane. 

P. metea, Scudd. ^ 

Schooley's Mountain — Aaron. 

P. Seminole, Scudd. 

New Jersey — Edwards. Not taken by either the Philadelphia 
or Newark collectors. 

P. leonardus, Harr. 

Rare in the eastern part of the State. On the Newark list. 

P. huron, Edw. 

Mount Holly — Aaron. Also on the Newark list. 



282 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P. phylseus, Dru. 

Atlantic City — Aaron. I have taken this at Clifton, rarely. 

P. otho, Sm.-Abb. 

Gloucester, &c. — Aaron. Also on the Newark list. Not rare 
throughout the State. The form egeremet is more common. 

P. peckius, Kirby. 

Common throughout the State. 

P. mystic, Scudd. 

Trenton, Schooley's Mountain — Aaron. Also on the Newark 
list. 

P. cernes, Bd.-Lec. 

Common throughout the State. 

P. manataaqua, Scudd. 

Generally distributed, but not common. Taken by Mr. 
Aaron, and also on the Newark list. 

P. verna, Edw. 

Recorded by Mr. Aaron, without definite locality. 

P. metacomet, Harr. 

Taken by Mr. Aaron, and also on the Newark list. Caldwell 
— Crane. 

P. accius, Sm.-Abb. 

Salem — Aaron. Not on the Newark list. 

P. panoquin, Scudd. 

Atlantic City — Edwards. New Jersey — Aaron. Not on the 
Newark list. 

P. ocola, Edw. 

Salem, rare — Aaron. 

P. bimacula, Grt. & Kob. 

A specimen labeled " N. J." is in Mr. Aaron's collection ; 
source unknown. 

P. pontiac, Edw. 

Westville — Aaron. " New Jersey " — Edwards. Not on the 
Newark list. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 283 

P. delaware, Edw. 

East bank of Delaware Bay, near Maurice River — Aaron. 

P. viator, Edw. 

Cape May — Aaron. Also on the Newark list. 



Family SPHIXGID^. 

Sub-Family MACROGLOSSINJE. 

HEMARIS, Dalm. 
H. tenuis, Grt. 

Not rare. Taken by the Newark collectors and generally dis- 
tributed in the State. 

H. diffinis, Bdv. 

Common all over the State. 
H. axillaris, Grt. & Rob. 

Morris Plains, rare — Neumoegen. 
H. gracilis, Grt. & Rob. 

Not rare, but not taken by the Newark collectors. 
H. thysbe, Fabr. 

Common. Caldwell — Crane. Newark, in August — Seib. 
Var. floridensis, Grt. & Rob. 

Morris Plains, rare — Neumoegen. 



Sub-Family CHCEROCAMPIN^. 

AELLOPOS, Hub. 
A. tantalus, Linn. 

An occasional visitor; a typically southern species, yet not 

infrequently taken along the coast. On the Newark list. 

BNYO, Hub. 

E. lugubris, Linn. 

Also a southern species which is occasionally taken in New 
Jersey. Not on the Newark list. 



284 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

AMPHION, Hub. 
A. nessus, Cram. 

Common locally, but by no means generally distributed. On 
the Newark list. May and June — Seib. 



THYRBUS, Swains. 
T. abbotii. Swains. 

Usually common. The ugly larva on Grape is familiar to 
most. Caldwell, rare — Crane. May — Seib. 



DBIDAMIA, Clem. 
D. inscripta, Harr. 

Rare. Seems to be generally distributed, but never obtrusive. 
Taken by the Newark collectors. 



DEILEPHILA, Ochs. 

D. gallii, var. chamaenerii, Harr. 

Not common ; seems local and rather more northern. Taken 
at Newark. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

D. lineata, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. The imago is especially fond 
of flying about the newly-opened flowers of CEaoihera (Evening 
Primrose). July and August — Seib. 



CHCEROCAMPA, Dup. 
O. tersa, Linn. 

Rather a southern species, habitally. Taken by the Newark 
collectors. Caldwell, common — Crane. May, July and Sep- 
tember — Seib. 

ARGBUS, Hub. 
A. labruBcae, Linn. 

An occasional visitor from southern climes. I have picked up 
a specimen on the beach. Not on the Newark list. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 285 

PHILAMPBLUS, Harr. 
P. linnei, Grt. & Kob, 

Occasional along the coast. Not on the Newark list. 
P. vitis, Linn, 

Occasional along the coast. Taken by the Newark collectors. 
P. pandorus, Hiib. 

Common all over the State. The larva feeds on Grape. 
August — Seib. 

P. achemon, Dru. 

Common all over the State. The larva on Grape. August — 
Seib. 

AMPELOPHAGA,,Brem. & Grey. 
A. choerilus, Cram. 

Common. Larva on Grape and Ampelopsis. 
A. myron, Cram. 

Common. Larva on Grape and Ampelopsis. August — Seib. 
A. versicolor, Harris. 

Rare. Local in occurrence and seldom in any numbers. 
Taken by the Newark collectors. Larva on " Button-ball." 



Sub-Family SPHINGIN^. 

DILOPHONOTA, Burm. 
D. ello, Linn. 

Rare. A visitor from the South, and sometimes in some num- 
bers. Taken by the Newark collectors. 

D. obscura, Fabr. 

A very occasional visitor. Recorded on the Newark list. At 
home in the West Indies. 



PROTOPARCE, Burm. 
P. celeus. Hiib. 

Not usually common. The larva on Potato, throughout the 
State. 



286 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P, Carolina, Linn. 

Common. The larva is the well-known tomato worm, found 
everywhere in the State. 

P. rustica, Fabr. 

Not common. I have seen it from the State in some New 
York collection. Not taken by the Newark collectors. 

P. cingulata, Fabr. 

Rare. Generally distributed, but nowhere abundant. On the 
Newark list. 

SPHINX, Linn. 
S. kalmiae, S. & A. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. Taken by Newark collec- 
tors. June — Seib. 

S. drupiferarum, S. & A. 

Generally distributed. Taken by Newark collectors. Cald- 
well, rare — Crane. July and August — Seib. 

S. gordius. Cram. 

Not usually common. Generally distributed. It is on the 
Newark list. June — Seib. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

S. luscitiosa, Clem. 

Rare, and apparently very local ; food -plant. Willow. Taken 
by Newark collectors. 

S. chersis, Hiib. 

Not usually common, somewhat local, but from all parts of 
the State. July — Seib. 

S. eremitus, Hiib. 

Not rare, and sometimes quite common. Recorded on the 
Newark list. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

S. plebeius, Fabr. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. Taken by the Newark col- 
lectors. Caldwell, rare — Crane. In June — Seib. 



DOLBA, Walk. 
D. hylseus, Dru. 

Generally distributed, but by no means common. Taken by 

the Newark collectors. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 287 

CHL^NOGRAMMA, Smith. 
C jasminearum, Bdv. 

Rare. Taken by Newark collectors. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

CERATOMIA, Harris. 
C amyntor, Hiib. 

Not rare. Generally distributed throughout the State. The 

larva feeds on Elm and Linden, and is readily recognized by the 

four thoracic horns in addition to the usual anal horn. 

C. undulosa, Wlk. 

Not usually rare. Quite generally distributed. Caldwell, 
rare — Crane. June and August — Seib. 

ELLEMA, Clem, 
E. harrisii, Clem. 

Very rare. Feeds, in the larva state, on Conifers. Taken by 

Newark collectors. 

B. coniferarum, S. & A. 

Rare. Perhaps even more so than the preceding. Also on 
Conifers. It is on the Newark list. 



Sub-Family SMERIXTHIN^. 

TRIPTOGON, Brem. 
T. modesta, Harr. 

Rare. One of the largest and the handsomest of our species. 
The larva on Poplar. Taken by Newark collectors. 

SMERINTHUS, Latr. 
S. geminatus, Say. 

Common. Generally distributed. On the Newark list. Cald- 
well, rare — Crane. In August — Seib. 



PAONIAS, Hub. 
P. excaecatus, S. & A. 



Common throughout the State. 



288 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P. myops, S. & A, 

Rare. Locally the krvse are often somewhat common on Wild 
Cherry, Prunus serotina. Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark. 

P. astylus, Dru. 

Very rare, and apparently very local. Taken by the Newark 
collectors. June and July — Seib. 

CRESSONTA, Grt. & Rob. 
O. juglandis, S. & A. 

Not rare, yet usually by no means common. Generally dis- 
tributed. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in June — Seib. 



Family SESIIDiE. 

MELITTIA, Hub. 
M. ceto, Westw. 

Generally distributed. The larva bores in the roots and stems 

of Cucurbitacece. Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in July 

—Seib. 

ALCATHOB, Hy. Edw. 
A. caudatum, Harr. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

TROCHILIUM, Scop. . 
T. apiforme, Linn. 

Rare. Taken by Newark collectors. 



BBMBECIA, Hub. 
B. marginata, Harr. 

Rare. Generally distributed. The larva bores in canes of 
Blackberry. 

FATUA, Hy. Edw. 
P. denudata, Harr, 

Morris Plains, rare — Neumoegen. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 289 

PODOSBSIA, Moeschl. 
P. syringae, Harris. 

Common. The larva bores in Syrivga. 

SANNINA, Walk. 
S. exitiosa, Say. 

This is the well-known " Peach Borer," and occurs all over the 
State. May and June — Seib. 

SESIA, Fabr. 
S. pictipes, Grt. & Rob. 

Not common. Generally distributed. Taken by the Newark 
collectors. 

S. pyri, Harr. 

Larva in Apple and Pear ; usually not common. 

S. acerni, Clem. 

Larva in Maple ; often quite common. 

S. tipuliformis, Linn. 

Larva in Currant and Gooseberry ; sometimes quite destruc- 
tive. 

S. albicornis, Hy. Edw. 

Morris Plains, rare — Neumoegen. 



Family THYRID^. 

THYRIS, Illiger. 
T. maculata, Harr. 

Not common. Taken occasionally on flowers, quite early in 
the season. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

T. lugubris, Boisd. 

Not rare. Taken quite commonly in Ocean county and 
Atlantic county. Not taken by the Newark collectors. Morris 
Plains — Neumoegen. 

T 



290 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Family AGARISTID^. 

ALYPIA, Hub. 

A. octomaculata, Fabr. 

Common about cities, on Grape. Quite rarely found in the 
open country. Sometimes quite destructive, in June — Seib. 

PSYCHOMORPHA, Harr. 
P. epimenis, Dru. 

Rare. The larva on Grape. Taken by the Newark collectors. 

EUDRYAS, Boisd. 

B. unio, Hiib. 

Not usually common. Local, but occurring all over the State. 
Larva on Grape. Caldwell, common — Crane. June — Seib. 

B. grata, Fabr. 

Rare ; local. Larva on Grape. Caldwell — Crane. 



Family SYNTOMID-ffi. 

LYCOMORPHA, Harris. 
L. pholus, Dru. 

Quite common late in summer, on Golden Rod. 



Family CTENUCHID^. 

SCBPSIS. Walk. 
S. fulvicoUis, Hub. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. 



CTBNUCHA, Kirby. 
C. virffinica, Cbarp. 

Not common. Often taken on Spirea when in bloom. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 291 

Family PYROMORPHID^. 

HARRISINA, Pack. 
H. americana, Hair. 

Common locally. The larva is sometimes quite destructive to 
Grape. 

PYROMORPHA, H-S. 
P. dimidiata, H-S. 

Rare. I have taken two specimens in Ocean county. Not 
taken by the Newark collectors. 



Family LITHOSIID^. 

NOLA, Leach. 
N. melanopa, Zell. 

Not common. A few specimens at light. 

Two species not satisfactorily determinable, taken by me this 
season (1889). 

ARGYROPHYBS, Grt. 
A. nigrofasciata, Zell. 

Rare. Two specimens at light. Not on the Newark list. 

CLBMBNSIA, Pack. 
-C albata, Pack. 

Rare. Taken by Newark collectors. 

HYPOPRBPIA, Hub. 
H. fucoea, Hub. 

Common. Beaten from Pines ; also in mossy meadows. July 
— Seib. 

EUPHANBSSA, Pack. 
JB. mendica, Walk. 

Not rare. I have taken it in the Orange Mountains. On the 
Newark list. 



292 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Family ARCTUD^. 

CROCOTA, Hub. 
C. rubicundaria, Hub. 

Not rare. Quite generally distributed. Taken by Newark 

collectors. 

O. brevicornis, Walk. 

I have taken this in Ocean county. Not on the Newark list. 

0. ferruginosa, Walk, 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

C. opella, Grote. 

I have taken this near Jamesburg. 

UTETHBISA, Hub. 
U. bella, Linn. 

Locally common. I have taken it on the beach at Sandy 

Hook. 

CALLIMORPHA, Latr. 
C. clymene, Brown. 

Taken by the Newark collectors. Locally common. 

0. militaris, Harris. 

Taken by Newark collectors. Not rare. 
O. contigua, Walk. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 

C. fulvicosta, Clem. 

Taken by Newark collectors. 

I have taken none of these forms in the State myself, but 
have taken them in the same faunal district. The species are 
locally common. 

ARCTIA., Schrank. 
A. virgo, Linn. 

Not usually common. Generally distributed. Caldwell., 

common — Crane. 

A. saundersii, Grt. 

Rare. A single specimen has been taken near Newark. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 293 

A. phyllira, Dru. 

Not commonly taken by Newark collectors. Caldwell, com- 
mon — Crane. 

A. figurata, Dru. 

Rare. Only a few specimens taken. 
A. nais, Dru. 

Common. Found all over the State. May and September — 
— Seib. 
A. decorata, Saund. 

Not common. Taken by Newark collectors. 
A. virguncula, Kirby. 

Not common. It is on the Newark list. 
A. arge, Dru. 

Not common. More general in the northern parts of the 
State. It is on the Newark list. Caldwell, rare — Crane. May 
—Seib. 

PYRRHARCTIA, Pack. 
P. Isabella, S. & A. 

A common species all over the State. May — Seib. 

PHRAGMATOBIA, Harris. 
P. rubricosa, Harris. 

Not common. Taken by Newark collectors. Caldwell, rare 
— Crane. 

LBUCARCTIA, Pack. 
L. acrsea, Dru. 

Common along the coast. Newark. Caldwell. Readily at- 
tracted by light. 

SPILOSOMA, Steph. 
S. virginica, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 
S. latipennis, Stretch. 

Rare. Taken in fresh water — swampy localities. 

S. antigone, Strk. 

Rare. Taken near Newark. I have myself taken it on 
Staten Island, N. Y., but not as yet in New Jersey. Mr. Beu- 
tenmtiller says the larva feeds in mushrooms. 



294 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

HYPHANTRIA, Harris. 
H. cunea, Dru. 

The parent of the common Fall Web Worm. Common 

throughout the State. 

BUCH^TES, Harris. 
B. egle, Drury. 

Common. Larva on Aselepias. June — Seib. 

B. eglenensis, Clem. 

More rare. Taken by Newark collectors. 

E. oregonensis, Stretch. 

Not recorded from New Jersey, but I have seen it from Long 
Island, and it is almost certain to occur with us. 

B. coUaris, Fitch. 

Common. Generally distributed. Larva on Aselepias. 

BCPANTHERIA, Hub. 
E. scribonia, Stoll. 

Not rare. The larva is more commonly seen than the imago^ 
and is more abundant southwardly. 

HALBSIDOTA, Hub. 

H. teesellata, S. & A. 

Common throughout the State. The larva quite a nuisance on 
shade trees. June — Seib. 

H. caryae, Harris. 

Common. Generally distributed. May — Seib. 



Family LIPARIDiE. 

ORQYIA, Ochs. 
O. leucosigma, S. & A. 

Common throughout the State. The larva is an indiscriminate 

feeder on shade trees. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 295 

O. obliviosa, Hy. Edw. 

Probably only a variety of the preceding. Taken near the 
Hudson. 

PARORGYIA, Pack. 
P. leucophsea, S. & A. 

Not common. Recorded on the Newark list. Morris Plains, 
rare — Neumoegen. 

P. clintonii, Grt. & Rob. 

Not common. Recorded on the Newark list. 
P. parallela, Grt. & Rob. 

Not common. Recorded on the Newark list. 
P. achatina, S. & A, 

Not common. Recorded on the Newark list. 
P. cinnamomea, Grt. & Rob. 

I took a specimen of this species years ago near Jersey City. 



LAGOA, Harris. 
L. crispata, Pack. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. 



Family LIMACODID^. 

BUCLBA, Hub. 
E. querceti, H-S. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. 
E. bifida, Pack. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 
E. paenulata, Clem. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 



PARASA, Moore. 
P. chloris, H-S. 



Not usually rare. Quite generally distributed. Caldwell, rare 
— Crane. 



296 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P. fraterna, Grt. 

Not rare. I have seen it only from the eastern part of the 
State. 

EMPRBTIA, Clem. 
B. stimulea, Clem. 

Common. Generally distributed. Larva on Pear, Cherry 

and Apple. 

PHOBBTRON, Hub. 
P. pithecium, S. & A. 

Not common. Generally distributed. Larva also on Pear. 

LIMACODBS, Latr. 
L ecapha, Harris. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. Rare at Caldwell — Crane. 
L. biguttata, Pack. 

Taken by Newark collectors. 
L. Y-inversa, Pack. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. 
L. rectilinia, Grt. & Rob. 

I have had specimens from the northern part of the State, 
near the New York line. 

L. fasciola, H-S. 

Rather common. Generally distributed. Rare at Caldwell — 
Crane. 

SISYROSBA, Grt. 
S. inornata, Grt. & Rob. 

Recorded by the Newark collectors. 



ADONETA, Clem. 
A, spinuloides, H-S. 

Not rare. Quite generally distributed. 

PACKARDIA, Grt. & Rob. 
P. g-eminata, Pack. 

I have determined this species from New Jersey. It is not 
on the Newark list. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 297 

P. ocellata, Grt. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 
P. albipuncta, Pack. 

Recorded as taken near Newark. 
P. nigripunctata, Good. 

Recorded by the Newark collectors from that locality. 



TORTRICIDIA, Pack. 
T. testacea, Pack. 

Not common. Generally distributed. On the Newark list. 



Family PSYCHID-ffi. 

PSYCHE, Ochs. 
P. confederata, Grt. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 

THYRIDOPTBRYX, Steph. 
T. ephemeraeformis, Steph. 

The common " bag- worm." Often very injurious to Arbor 
vilae, and feeding quite indiscriminately on shade trees. 

PBROPHORA, Harris. 
P. melsheiraerii, Harr. 

Rare. Generally distributed. It is on the Newark list, and 
I have it from Ocean county. June — Seib. 



Family PTILODONTID^. 

ICHTHYURA. Hub. 
I. inclusa, Hub. 

Common. Generally distributed. 

I. albosigma, Fitch. 

More rare. Recorded on the Newark list. June — Seib. 



298 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

APATELODES, Pack. 
A. torrefacta, S. & A. 

Not common. Generally distributed. 

A. angelica, Pack. 

Rare. I have seen specimens from the State. Not ou the 
Newark list. Lake Hopatcong — Palm. 

DATANA, Walk. 
D. ministra, Dm. 

Common. The larva is the well-known yellow- necked apple 

tree caterpillar. 

D. ang-usii, Grt. & Rob. 

Locally common. On the Newark list. 

D. major, Grt. & Rob. 

Not common. Taken by the Newark collectors. 

D. integerrima, Grt. & Rob. 

Not rare. Taken by the Newark collectors. Common at 
Caldwell — Crane. 

D. contracta, Walk. 

Locally common. Generally distributed 

D. perspicua, Grt. & Kob. 

Common. Generally distributed. 

NADATA, Walk. 
N. gibbosa, S. & A. 

Not common. Generally distributed. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

August — Seib. 

N. doubledayi, Pack. 

Rare. On the Newark list. 

HYPARPAX, Hub. 
H. aurora, S. & A. 

Not common. Generally distributed. Newark, in June, 
August and September — Seib. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 299 

NOTODONTA. Ochs. 
N. stragula, Grt. 

Not common. Ou the Newark list. Caldwell, rare — Craue. 

July aud August — Seib. 

N. basitriens, Walk. 

Not on the Newark list, but I have had it from the State, 
Probably rare. 

LOPHODONTA, Pack. 
L. ferruginea, Puck. 

On the Newark list. Not common. 
L. angulosa, S. & A. 

Taken by the Newark collectors. June — Seib. 
L. georgica, H-S. 

Not common. Taken by the Newark collectors. 



PHEOSIA, Hub. 
P. rimosa, Pack." 

Ra're. Taken near Newark. Also in Ocean county. 



NERICB, Walk. 
N. bidentata, Walk. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

EDEMA, Walk. 
E. albifrons, S. & A. 

Common at Newark. Readily attracted to light. Rare at 

Caldwell — Crane. 

SBIRODONTA, Grt. & Rob. 
S. bilineata, Pack. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. Not on the Newark list. 



CEDBMASIA, Pack. 
O. concinna, S. & A. 



Common. Generally distributed. 

O. eximia, Grt. 

Morris Plains, rare — Edwards. 



300 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

0. badia, Pack. 

More rare. Taken near Newark. Morris Plains, rare — 
Edwards. 

DASYLOPHIA, Pack. 
D. anguina, S. & A. 

Not common. I have taken it near Jersey City. Newark, in 
July — Seib. 

D. interna, Pack. 

Taken near Jamesburg. Not on the Newark list. 

CCBLODASYS, Pack. 
C. leptinoides, Grt. 

Newark — Angelman. Morris Plains, rare — Neumoegen. 

C. unicornis, S. & A. 

Common, locally. On the Newark list. 

C. apicalis, Grt. & Eob. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 

C biguttata. Pack. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. 

Var. cinereofrons, Pack. 

With the type form, in equal numbers. » 

C. telifer, Grt. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 

lANASSA, Walk. 

1. lignicolor. Walk. 

Not common. Generally distributed. Not on the Newark 
list. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

HBTBROCAMPA, Doubl. 
H. obliqua, Pack. 

Var. brunnea, Grt. & Rob. 

H. trouvelotii, Pack. 

H. pulverea, Grt. & Rob. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark — Angelman. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 301 

H. marthesia, Cram. 
H. guttivitta, Walk. 
H. biundata, Walk. 
H. raarina, Pack. 

All the above are on the Newark list. The following iu ad- 
dition I know occur in the State : 

H. cinerea, Pack. 
H. unicolor, Pack. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
H. subalbicans, Grt. 

These I have either taken myself, or seen from the State. 

CERURA, Schrank. 
C. borealis, Boisd. 

C. occidentalis, Lint. 

C. cinerea, Walk. 

C. multiscripta, Riley. 

All of these are on the Newark list. I have taken borealis 
and cinerea only; multiscripta is rare. 



Family PLATYPTERYGID^. 

PLATYPTERYX, Lasp. 
P. arcuata, Walk. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. Newark, iu August — Seib. 

PRIONIA, Hub. 
P. bilineata, Pack. 

Rare. I have taken it in Ocean county. 

DRYOPTBRIS, Grt. 
D. rosea, Walk. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. 



302 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 
Family SATURNIID^. 

Sub-Family ATTACIN^. 

ATTACUS, Linn. 
A. promethea, Dm, 

Common all over the State. 

A. angulifera, Walk. 

Rare. Taken in small numbers all over the State. 

A. cecropia, Linn. 

Common. Sometimes injurious to Grape and small fruits. 



SAMIA, Hub. 
S. cynthia, Drury. 

Common along the main line of the Pennsylvania railroad, 
and for some distance around Jersey City and Newark. Feeds 
on the Ailanthus. 



Sub-Family SATURNIIN^. 

ACTIAS, Leach. 

A. luna, Linn. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. 

TBLBA, Hiib. 
T. polyphemus, Cram. 

Common all over the State. 



HYPBRCHIRIA, Hub. 
H. io, Fabr. 

Common all over the State. The larva sometimes injurious 
to Corn. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. SOS 

Family CERATOCAMPIDiE. 

EAGLES, Hub. 
E. imperialis, Drury. 

Usually common throughout the State. Rare at Caldwell — 

Crane. Newark, in July — Seib. 



CITHERONIA, Hub. 
C regalis, Fabr. 

Not common. Generally distributed. 



SPHINGICAMPA, Walsh. 
S. bicolor, Harris. 

I have taken this on the coast in a single specimen. Not on 
the Newark list. 

ANISOTA, Hub. 
A. stigma, Fabr. 

A. senatoria, S. & A. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

A. virginiensis, Dru. 

The latter is comparatively scarce, and is not on the Newark 
list. They are all generally distributed. 

DRYOCAMPA, Harris. 
D. rubicunda, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. Sometimes quite injurious to 
Maple. 



Family LACHXiEID^. 

HEMILEUCA, Walk. 
H. maia, Drury. 

Rare in this State, but I have seen it in collections marked 
" New Jersey." 



304 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CLISIOOAMPA, Curtis. 
C. americana, Harris. 

Newark, in June — Seib. 
C. disstria, Hub. 

Both species are quite common all over the State. 

GASTROPACH^, Ochs. 
G. americana, Harris. 

Rare. Generally distributed. On the Newark list. Cald- 
well, rare — Crane. 

ARTACE, Walk. 
A. punctistriga, Walk. 

Rare. Taken by Newark collectors. 

TOLYPE, Hub. 
T. velleda, Stoll. 

Not common. Generally distributed. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
Newark, in September — Seib. 



Family COSSID^. 

COSSUS, Fabr. 
C. reticulatus, Lint. 

Rare. Taken by Newark collectors. 

PRIONOXYSTUS, Grt. 
P. robiniae, Peck. 

Common. The larva bores in the Locust (Robinia). Rare at 

Caldwell — Crane. Newark, in June — Seib. 

P. querciperda, Fitch. 

Rare. Taken by Newark collectors. 

ZEUZERA, Latr. 
Z. aesculi, Linn. 

Confined to the vicinity of Newark as yet, where it bores in 

the branches of Elm. A quite recent importation. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 305 

HEPIALUS, Fabr. 



H. auratus, Grt. 

Recorded on the Newark list. 
H. argenteomaculatus, Harr. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



Family NOCTUID^. 

The list in this family is largely compiled from my own notes of 
collections and recorded localities. The species are generally distri- 
buted except where otherwise noted, and I have starred (*) those not 
on the Newark list. To this family belong the cut-worms, and suffi- 
cient material is not at hand to indicate the more accurate limits of 
local species. 

Sub-Family CYMATOPHORIN^. 

LBPTINA, Gn. 
*L. dormitans, Gn. 

*L. doubledayi, Gn. 

THYATIRA, Ochs. 
*T. pudens, Gn. 

PSBUDOTHYATIRA, Grt. 
F. cymatophoroides, Gn. 

Var. expultrix, Grt. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



H. scripta, Gosse. 



HABROSYNB, Hub. 



D. depilis, Grt. 
D. muralis, Grt. 

Newark — Hampsen. 



Sub-Family NOCTUIN.a:. 

DICOPIS, Grt. 



306 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

DEMAS, Steph. 
D. flavicornis, Smith. 

Newark ; rare. 

OHARADRA, Walk. 
C deridens, Gn. 

RAPHIA, Hiib. . 
R. frater, Grt. 

FERALIA, Grt. 
F. jocosa, Gn. 

A rare species. Taken only by the Newark collectors. On 

Hemlock. 

DIPHTHERA. Hub. 
D. fallax, H-S. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark, in May — Seib. 

ACRONYCTA, Ochs. 
A. vinnula, Grt. 

Newark, in June — Seib. 

*A. grisea, Walk. 

A. tritona, Hiib. 

A. occidentalis, Grt. & Kob. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

A. lobeliae, Gn. 

Newark, in June and August — Seib. 

*A. morula, Grt. & Rob. 

*A. radcliffei, Harv. 

A. innotata, Gn. 

A. betulae, Riley. 

A. americana, Harris. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Common also at New Brunswick. 

*A. rubricoina> Gn. 

A. brumosa, Gn. 

Newark, in May — Seib. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 307 

A. noctivaga, Grt. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
A. superans, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane, 
A. clarescens, Gn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
A. ovata, Grt. 
A. hamamelis, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark, in May — Seib. 
"*A. hsesitata. Grt. 
A. dissecta, Grt. & Rob. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark — Seib. 
A. sperata, Grt. 
A. lithospila, Grt. 
*A. connecta, Grt. 
A. oblinita, S. & A. 

Common ai Caldwell — Crane. 

ARSILONCHE, Led. 
A. albovenoea, Goetze. 

Anglesea. Newark. 

HARRISIMEMNA, Grote. 
H. trisignata, Walk. 

A rare and strikingly-marked species. Caldwell, one speci- 
men — Crane. 

MICROCCELIA, Gn. 
M. diphtheroides, Gn. 
Var. obliterata, Grt. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark — Seib. 



BRYOPHILA, Tr, 
*B. lepidula, Grt. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



308 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CHYTONIX, Grt. 
*0. palliatricula, Gn. 

AGROTIS, Tr. 
*A. sigmoides, Gn. 

*A. perattenta, Grt. 

A. phyllophora, Grt. 

Newark, in May — Seib. 

A. rubifera, Grt, 

A. baja, S. V. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

A. normaniana, Grt. 

Caldwell — Crane. 

A. c-nigrum, Linn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Found throughout the State. 

A. bicamea, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

A. haruspica, Grt. 

A. subgothica, Haw. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Found throughout the State. 

A. tricosa, Lint. 

A. herelis, Grt. 

A. plecta, Linn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

A. cupida, Grt. 

A. alternata, Grt. 

Newark — Angelman. 

*A. brunneicoUis, Grt. 

A. clandestina, Harris. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in June — Seib. 

A. messoria, Harris. 

A. mursenula, Grt. & Eob. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 309 

A. bostoniensis, Grt. 
A. pitychrous, Grt. 
A. tessellata, Harris. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
A. campestris, Grt. 
*A. redimicula, Morr. 
A. geniculata, Grt. & Eob. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
A. badinodes, Grt. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
*A. coUaris, Grt. & Rob. 
A. velleripennis, Grt. 

In the Newark collections. 
*A. pastoralis, Grt. 
*A. morrisoniana, Rile^-. 
*A. gladiaria, Morr. 

Newark — ^A n gel m an . 
*A. venerabilis, Walk. 
*A. volubilis, Harv. 
A. annexa, Tr. 
A. maleflda, Gn. 
A. ypsilon, Rott. 

Common throughout the State. 
A. saucia, Hiib. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
A. incivis, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
A. lubricans, Gn. 

ANYTUS, Grt. 
A. sculptus, Grt. 

ADITA, Grt. 
*A. chionanthi, S. & A. 

A rare species, but occurring in single specimens in the State. 
Not yet taken by the Newark collectors. 



310 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

MAMESTRA, Ochs. 
M. purpurissata, Grt. 

M. nimbosa, Ga. 

Recorded on the Newark list. Caldwell, common — Crane. 
M. imbrifera, Gn. 

Recorded on the Newark list. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
M. latex, Gn, 

M. adjuncta, Boisd. 

Newark, in August — Seib. 
M. lubens, Grt. 

Newark, in June — Seib. 
M. legitima, Grt. 

M. lilacina, Harv, 

Newark — Angelman. 
M. rosea, Harv. 

M. picta, Harris. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in June and August — 
Seib. 

M. grandis, Boisd. 

M. subjuncta, Grt. & Rob. 

*M. distincta, Hiib. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
*M. confusa, Hiib. 

Taken not uncommonly at sugar, by myself. Caldwell, rare 
— Crane. Newark — Seib, 

*M. trifolii, Rott. 

I have taken this during the day on tiowers of SoUdago. 
Caldwell, common — Crane. 

M. pensilis, Grt. 

*M. detracta, Walk. 

Newark, in June — Seib. 

M. laudabilis, Gn. 

On the Newark list. I have never taken it myself. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 311 

*M. olivacea, Morr. 

I have taken this in Ocean county, 
M. lustralis, Grt. 

*M. meditata, Grt. 

Not rare. Taken at New Brunswick this season (1889), and 
elsewhere in former years. 

M. renigera, Staph. 

*M. ectypa, Morr. 

Very rare. A unique specimen of this species taken by Mr. 
Neumoegen, near the Orange Mountains, forms the type of M. 
bella, Grt. 

LUCERIA, Von Hein. 
(- L. delicata, Grt. 

L. passer, Gn. 

HADENA, Schrank. 
H. devastatrix, Brace. 

The larva of this species is one of the most injurious cut- 
worms we have in the State. 

H. arctica, Boisd. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in September — Seib. 
Generally distributed. 

*H. bridghami, Grt. & Rob. 

The type of this pretty and rare species was collected in this 
State. 

H. sputatrix, Grt. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

H. suffusca, Morr. 
*H. apamiformis, Gn. 
*H. vultuosa, Grt. 

H. lignicolor, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
H. verbascoides, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
*H. cariosa, Gn. 



312 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

*H. sectilis, Gn. 
*H. vulgaris, Grt. & Rob. 
^ *H. remissa, Hiib. 
*H, fiaitima, Gn. 
*H. impulsa, Gn. 
*H. turbulenta, Gn. 

This species I found quite abundant in Ocean county some 
years since. 

. H. miseloides, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark, in June and August — Seib. 
*H. modica, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

*H. vulvivaga, Morr. 

*H. fractilinea, Grt. 

It is rather strange that the Newark list contains so few species 
of Hadena. All of the starred species are well recorded from 
the State, and many of them are not at all rare. 



OLIGIA, Hub. 
*0. festivoides, Gn. 

Taken not rarely at light, in Ocean county. 
O. grata, Hiib. 

Taken rarely. It is a southern species and common in the 
District of Columbia. 

PERIGBA, Gn. 
P. xanthioides, Gn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
P. infelix, Gn. 

Specimens are in the Newark collections. 
P. luxa, Grt. 
P. fabrefacta, Morr. 

None of these species are really common, and P. infelix is rare, 
occurring only along the coast on a northern extension of its 
range, which is southward to Florida. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 313 

DIPTERYGIA, Steph. 

D. scabriuscula, Linn. 

Caldwall, rare — Crane. Newark, in August — Seib. 

HYPPA, Dup. 
H. xylinoides, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark, in August — Seib. 

VALERIA, Gn. 
^V. grotei, Morr. 

A rare species ; single specimens occurring each year in some 
part of the State. Not on the Newark list. 

DRYOBOTA, Led. 
*D. stigmata, Grt. 

ACTINOTIA, Hub. 
A. ramosula, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

LAPHYGMA, Gn. 

L. frugiperda, S. & A. 

PRODENIA, Gn. 
P. commelina, S. & A. 

In Newark collections. 

P. flavimedia, Harv. 

In Newark collections, 

P. lineatella, Harv. 

In the Newark collections. 

TRIGONOPHORA, Hub. 
T. periculosa, Gn. 

Var. v-brunneum, Grt. 

EUPLEXIA, Steph, 

E. lucipara, Linn. 



314 GEOLOGICAL SUB-VEY OF NEW JERSEY. 
BROTOLOMIA, Led. 
NEPHBLODBS, Gn. 



B. iris, Gn. 



. N. minians, Gn. 
Var. violans, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. This species is also sometimes quite 
injurious as a cut- worm. The imago flies during the day, and 
I have taken it in September, on Solidago. 

TRIOHOLITA, Grt. 
T. semiaperta, Morr. 

Not common. Recorded on the Newark list. 



HELOTROPHA, Led. 
H. reniformis, Grt. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



APAMEA, Tr. 
*A. purpuripennis, Grt. 

■*A. sera, Grt. & Rob. 

A. nictitans, Bkh. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

*A. immanis, Gn. 

Purpuripennis is rare ; sera is more common ; nictitans is very 
abundant and variable throughout the State. Immanis is local 
and not common : in the hop-growing districts of New York 
it is a serious pest, the larva boring into the crown roots of the 
Hop and eating off the vine. 



GORTYNA, Hub. 
*G. rutila, Gn. 

G. harrisii, Grt. 

Newark — Seib. 
G. speciocissima, Grt. & Rob. 

On the Newark list. I have never seen it from the State. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 315 

*G. limpida, Gn. 

Newark, in August — Seib. 
G. cerussata, Grt. 

Newark, in September — Seib. 
G. cataphracta. Grt. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
G. nitela, Gn. 

Eores in stalks of Corn, and sometimes quite injurious. 



ACHATODES, Gn. 
A. zeae, Harris. 

The larva is also a stalk borer. Rare at Caldwell — Crane. 



ARZAMA, Walk. 
A. obliquata, Grt. & Bob. 

Newark, in May and June — Seib. 
A. diffusa, Grt. 

The larvae of both species bore in the stems of Ti/pha, and 
the insects are of course confined to swampy localities where Cat- 
tails are abundant. 

MACRONOCTUA, Grt. 
M. onusta, Grt. 

Newark — Stortz. 

EUTHISANOTIA, Grt. 
E. timais, Cram. 

Rare. A southern species which occasionally finds its way 

northward. 

SCOLECOCAMPA, Gn. 
S. liburna, Geyer. 

Newark, in July — Seib. 

EUCALYPTBRA, Morr. 
*B. bipuncta, Morr. 

Found on salt marshes, where the larva probably bores into 
some of the reeds or grasses. 



316 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

DORYODES, Gn. 
D. acutaria, H-S. 

Found on salt marshes. 

PLATYSBNTA, Grt. 
P. atriciliata, Grt. 

Also a swamp species, but not, I believe, confined to salt 

marshes. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

OMMATOSTOLA, Grt. 
O. lintneri, Grt. 

Auglesea, rare — Laurent. 

LEUCANIA, Ochs. 
L. pallens, Linn. 

L. albilinea, Hiib. 

Known as the " Wheat-head Army Worm " in the larva state ; 
sometimes quite injurious. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

L. phragmatidicola, Gn. 
L. adonea, Grt. 
L. commoides, Gn. 
L. unipuncta, Haw. 

This is the parent of the "Army Worm." Common all over 
the State. 

L. pseudargyria, Gn. 

Newark, in April and June. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

UPEUS, Grt. • 
U. plicatus, Grt. 

Newark — Seib. 

CARADRINA, Tr. 
*C. multifera, Walk. 

PYROPHILA, Hub. 
P. tragopogonis, Linn. 

P. pyramidoides, Gn. 

The larva of this species is sometimes quite abundant on 

Grape. Newark, in July and August — Seib. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 317 

ORTHODBS, Gn. 
*0. infirma, Gn. 

*0. cynica, Gn. 

*0. enervis, Gn. 

These species are not rare — infirma, indeed, is quite common, 
though it seems to have escaped the Newark collectors. 

T^NIOCAMPA, Gn. 
*T. oviduca, Gn. 

*T. modesta, Morr. 

*T. alia, Gn. 

Newark, in April — Seib. 
*T. subterminata, Smith. 

Newark, in April — Seib. * 

None of these appear on the Newark list, yet all are well 
recorded from New Jersey. 

CROCIGRAPHA, Grt. 

0. normani, Grt. 

Newark, in April — Seib. 

MORRISONIA, Grt. 
M. vomerina, Grt. 

Newark, in April and May — Seib. 

CALYMNIA, Hub. 
C. orina, Gn. 

IPIMORPHA, Hub. 

1. pleonectusa, Grt. 

ORTHOSIA, Ochs. 
O. ferrugineoides, Gn. 

Var. bicolorago, Gn. 

*0. aurantiago, Gn. 

O. disticha, Morr. 



318 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

O. conradi, Grt. 

O. helva, Grt. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
*0. lutoea, Andrews. 

GL^A, Hub. 
*G. inulta, Grt. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
G. anchocelioides, Gn. 

EPIGLuEA, Grt. 
B. sericea, Morr. 

Fort Lee — Beutenmiiller. 

EU9IRRCBDIA, Grt. 
E. pampina, Gn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in September — Seib. 

JODIA, Hub. 
J. rufago, Hiib, 

Newark, in April— Seib. 

SCOLIOPTBRYX, Germ. 
S. libatrix, Linn. 

SCOPBLOSOMA, Curtis. 
S. grsefiana, Grt. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark, in April — Seib. 

S. tristigmata, Grt. 

S. ceromatica, Grt. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

S. devia, Grt. 

Newark, in April — Seib. 

S. sidus, Gn. 

Var. walkeri, Grt. 

Newark, in April — Seib. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 319 

XYLINA, Ochs. 
X. petulca, Grt. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
X. ferrealis, Grt. 

New Brunswick, in April — Smith. 
X. bethunei, Grt. & Eob. 
X. fagina, Morr. 

X antennata, Walk. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark, in September — Seib. 
*X. laticinerea, Grt. 
X. cinerosa, Grt. 
X. unimoda, Lint. 

X. thaxteri, Grt. 

Newark — Seib. 

OALOCAMPA, Steph. 
C. nupera, Lint, 

C. cineritia, Grt. 

*C. curvimacula, Morr. 

CUOULLIA, Schr. 

C. convexipennis, Grt. & Rob. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
C. asteroides, Gn. 
C. intermedia, Speyer. 

The handsome larvse of this genus are sometimes seen on 
Golden Rod. 

CRAMBODBS, Gn. 

*C. talidiformis, Gn. 

Favors swampy meadows. 

NOLOPHANA, Grt. 

N. malana, Fitch. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in May — Seib. 



320 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

*N. zelleri, Grt. 

Newark, in May — Seib. 

These two species are quite frequently confused, and this may 
account for its absence from the Newark list, though Mr. Seib 
has taken it there. 

ANOMIS, Hub. 
A. erosa, Hiib. 

Really a southern species, but found northwardly each year. 

ALBTIA, Hub. 
A, argillacea, Hiib. 

The famous cotton moth. It does not breed in this State, so 

far as has been observed, but is found in considerable numbers 

almost every year, the imago emigrating from the South. 

MARASMALUS, Grt. 
*M. ventilator, Grt. 

*M. histrio, Grt. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

I have seen both of these handsome species from the State, 
but the Newark collectors seem not to have run across them as 
yet. 

INGURA, Gn. 
I. abrostoloides, Gn. 

I. delineata, Gn. 

*I. oculatrix, Gn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

The last-named is really the most common everywhere, but is 
not generally recognized as an Ingura. 

CALPE, Tr. 
C. canadensis, Beth. 

PLUSIODONTA, Gn. 
*P. compressipalpis, Gn. 

One of our most beautiful species, and rare. It is rather mor(^ 
common to the north, and has not yet turned up near Newark. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 321 



PHIPROSOPUS, Grt. 
P. callitrichoides, Grt. 

HYPSOROPHA, Hub. 
*H. hormos, Hiib. 

Newark — Machesney. Taken in Ocean county ; also near 
Jersey City. 

TELESILLA, H-S. 
T. cinereola, Gn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

ABR03T0LA, Ochs. 
A. ovalis, Gn. 

Newark — Seib. 

*A. urentis, Gn. 

I have collected this species on Long Island, and I have seen 
it from the vicinity of Philadelphia. It is certain to occur in 
New Jersey. 

PLUSIA, Fabr. 
P. serea, Hiib. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

P. aereoides, Grt, 

P. contexta, Grt. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

P. putnami, Grt. 

P. formosa, Grt. 

Rare near Newark. 

*P. verruca, Fabr. 

This handsome form has been taken not rarely, near Green- 
ville, by Mr. Loitloff. Newark, in May — Seib. 

P. precationie, Gn. 

Newark, in September — Seib. 

P. laticlavia, Morr. 

Newark, in October — Seib. 

V 



322 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P. brassicse, Riley. 

Sometimes quite injurious to Cabbages, in the larva state. 
P. mortuorum, Gn. 

Rare. Taken near Newark. 
P. simplex, Gn. 

Newark, in October — Seib. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

PLAGIOMIMICUS, Grt. 
P. pitychromus, Grt. 

SOHINIA, Hub. 
S. trifascia, Hiib. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

S. nundina, Dru. 

Taken on Spircea, near Jamesburg. Also on the Newark list. 

S. spinosae, Gn. 

Sandy Hook — BeutenmuUer. 

ANTHCEOIA, Gn. 

A. rivulosa, Gn. 

A. lynx, Gn. 

I have seen specimens in collections. One near Newark. 

RHODOPHORA, Gn. 
R. fiorida, Gn. 

The larva feeds in the buds and seed capsules of CEkothera. 

PYRRHIA, Hub. 
P. umbra, Hiib. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark, in June — Seib. 

DERRIMA, Walk. 
D. henrietta, Grt. 

HBLIOTHIS, Hiib. 
H. armiger, Hiib. 

The larva is the cotton-boll worm of the South, the corn worm 

of the North, and it varies its diet on occasions by eating into 

Tomatoes. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 323 

CIRRHOPHANUS, Grt. 
C. triangfulifer, Grt. 

Caldwell, rare — Craue. Newark — Hampsen. Philadelphia 
— Laurent. 

TARACHE, Hub. 
T. aprica, Hiib. 

T. erastrioides, Gn. 

*T. candefacta, Hiib. 

T. delecta, Walk. 

THALPOOHARES, Led. 
T. patula, Morr. 

LITHACODIA, Hiib. 
L. bellicula, Hiib. 

CHAMYRIS, Gn. 
C. cerintha, Tr. 

Caldwell, rare — Craue. Newark, in June — Seib. 

EUSTROTIA, Hub. 

B. concinnimacula, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Craue. 
*E. synochitis, Grt. & Rob. 
E. rausta, Grt. & Rob. 
B. muscosula, Gn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
B. cameola, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
E. apicosa, Haiv. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in July — Seib. 



HERRICHIA, Grt. 
H. mollissima, Gn. 

*H. monetifera, Gn. 

I have taken this in Ocean county. Newark — Seib. 



324 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

SPRAGUEIA, Grt. 
*S. onagrus, Gn, 

A pretty little species, apparently rare here. 

XANTHOPTERA, Qn. 
*X. nigroflmbria, Gn. 
X. eemiflava, Gn. 

EXTRA, Grt. 
E. semicrocea, Gn. 

PROTHYMIA, Hub. 
P. coccineifascia, Grt. 
*P. rosalba, Grt. 

METOPONIA, Dup. 
M. obtusa, H-S. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

GALGULA, Gn. 
*G. hepara, Gn. 

*G. subpartita, Morr. 

DRASTERIA, Hub. 

D. erechtea, Cram. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in April — Seib. 

EUCLIDIA, Hub. 

E. cuspidea, Hiib. 

SYNEDA, Gn. 
S. graphica, Hiib. 

Sandy Hook — Seib. Ocean county, in May — Smith. 
S. jucunda, Hiib. 

* CATOOALA, Schrank. 

As this is a favorite genus with collectors, the list is large, and 
perhaps fairly complete. All are on the Newark list, and I imagine 
but few species will be added to it. All the species are quite gener- 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 3*25 

ally distributed, though each locality differs somewhat in the make- 
up of its fauua, aud species rare in one district will be common in 
others. 

C. epione, Dru. 
C. lacrymosa, Gn. 
C. viduata, Gn. 

C. desperata, Gn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
C, retecta, Grt. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
C. flebilis, Gr. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
C. robinsonii, Gr. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
C. obscura, Strk. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
C. insolabilis, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
C. angusi, Grt. 
C. residua, Grt. 

O. tristis, Edw. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

C. relicta, Walk. 

Var. phrynia, Hy. Edw. 

C. amatrix, Hiib. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

C. cara, Gn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in July — Seib. 

C. concumbens, Walk. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in August — Seib. 

C. unijuga, Walk. 

Newark, in August and September — Seib. 
C briseis, Edw. 



326 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 



C. faustina, Strk. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
0. parta, Gn. 
C. coccinata, Grt. 
O. verrilliana, Grt. 

C. ultronia, Hiib. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in August — Seib. 

C. marmorata, Edw. 
C. ilia, Cram. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in July — Seib. 
C. innubens, Gn. 
C. cerogama, Gn. 

Var. bunkeri, Grt. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
C. neogama, S. & A. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
O. subnata, Grt. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
C. piatrix, Grt. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in August — Seib. 

C. paleogama, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark, in August and September — 
Seib. 
Var. phalanga, Grt. 
C. habilis, Grt. 
Var. basilis, Grt. 
C. nebuloea, Edw. 
C. muliercula, Gn. 
C. censors, Gn. 
C. antinympha, Hiib. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
0. badia, Grt. & Rob. 
C. Serena, Edw. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 327 

O. polygama, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
C. pretiosa, Lint. 
C. similis, Edw. 
C. praeclara, Grt. & Rob. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
C. grynea, Cram. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in July — Seib. 
C gracilis, Edw. 

Newark, in August — Seib. 
C. rainuta, Edw. 
Var. parvula, Edw. 
O. arnica, Hiib. 
Var. lineella, Grt. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

ALLOTRIA, Hub. 
A. elonynipha, Hiib. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

PARTHENOS, Hub. 
P. nubilis, Hiib. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark, in June — Seib. 



PHOBBRIA, Hub. 
P. atomaris, Hiib. 



PSEUDOLIMACODES, Grt. 
P. littera, Gn. 

Newark — Ham psen . 

CBLIPTERA, Gn. 
C. frustulum, Gn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



PARALLBLIA, Hub. 
P. bistriaris, Hiib. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in May and June — Seib. 



328 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

AGNOMONIA, Hub. 
A. anilis, Dru. 

PANOPODA, Qn. 
P. carneicosta, Gn. 

P. ruJBmargo, Hiib. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark, in June — Seib. 
Var. roseicosta, Gn. 

PLEONECTYPTERA, Grt. 
P. geometralis, Grt. 

REMIGIA, Gn. 
*R. latipes, Gn. 

POAPHILA, Gn. 
P. quadrifilaris, Hiib. 

TRAMA, Harv. 
T. arrosa, Harv. 

EREBUS, Latr. 
E. odora, Linn. 

ZALE, Hub. 
Z. horrida, Hiib. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

PHEOCYMA. Hub. 
*P. lunifera, Hiib. 

HOMOPTERA, Boisd. 
H. edusa, Dru. 

Newark, in July — Seib. 

Var. saundersii, Beth. 

Var. lunata, Dru. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, in September — Seib. 

Var. nigricans, Beth. 

H. unilineata, Grt. 

H. obliqua, Gn. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 329 

YPSIA, Gn. 



Y. undularis, Dru. 
Var. aeruginosa, Gn. 
Var. umbripennis, Grt. 

PSEUD ANTHRCE CIA, Grt. 
P. coracias, Gn. 

HOMOPYRALIS, Grt. 
H. tactus, Grt. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



SPARGOLOMA, Grt. 
S. umbrifascia, Grt. 

PANGRAPTA, Hub. 
P. decoralis, Hub. 

PSEUDAGLOSSA, Grt. 
P. lubricalis, Gey. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
*P. Bcobialis, Grt. 

EPIZEUXIS, Hub. 
E. semula, Hiib. 

Caldwell — Crane. The larva of this species is said to feed on 

dry, dead leaves. 

E. americalis, Gn. 

Caldwell — Crane. The larva of this species lives in ants' 
nests. Food as yet not positively known. 



MEGACHYTA, Grt. 
*M. lituralis, Hiib. 



LITOGNATHA, Grt. 
^L. nubilifascia, Grt. 

CHYTOLITA, Grt. 
O. morbidalis, Gn. 

C. petrealis, Grt. 



330 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Z ANGLO GNATHA, Led. 
*Z. laevigata, Grt. 

*Z. ochreipennis, Grt. 

RIVULA, Gn. 
R. propinqualis, Gn. 

PALTHIS, Hiib. 
P. angulalis, Hiib. 

Caldwell — Crane. 
*P. asopialis, Gn. 

PHAL^NOPHANA, Grt. 
*P. rurigena, Grt. 

RENIA, Gn. 
*R. discoloralis, Gn. 

*R. brevirostralis, Grt. 

*R. flavipunctalis, Geyer. 

BLEPTINA, Gn. 
B. caradrinalis, Gn. 

HYPBNULA, Grt. 
H. opacalis, Grt. 

HYPENA, Fabr. 
*H. baltimoralis, Gn. 

Caldwell — Crane. Newark — Seib. 

*H. bijugalis, Walk. 

*H. manalis, Walk, 

*H. abalienalis, Walk. 

*H. toreuta, Grt. 

*H. scabra, Fabr. 

Common everywhere in the State. 

H. humuli, Harr. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 331 

Family GEOMETRIDJB.^ 

CHCBRODES, Qn. 

O. clemitaria, S, & A. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

C. transversata, Dru. 

A generally distributed and rather common species. 
O. furciferata, Pack. 

TETRAOIS, Gn. 
T. crocallata, Gn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

T. lorata, Grt. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

MBTANBMA, Gn. 
M. quercivoraria, Gn, 

M. inatomaria, Gn. 

M. carnaria, Pack. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

DREPANODBS, Gn. 

D. puber, Grt. & Rob. 

D. varus, Grt. & Rob. 

Found, not rarely, in pine woods. 
D. hortularia, Hulst. 

CABBRODBS, Gn. 
O. confusaria, Hiib. 

Occurs everywhere and in the greatest variety, though scarcely 
abundant. 

C. majoraria, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

* The material for the list in this family was furnished by Eev. Geo. D. Hulst, of 
Brooklyn, N. Y., who has made it a special study. It includes the list made by the 
Newark Society, and the whole is given without distinction by Mr. Hulst, as to 
source. All comments are my own, and from my own experience, except where other- 
wise stated. 



332 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

ENNOMOS, Tr. 
E. alniaria, Linn, 

Sometimes quite common locally. 

EUDALIMIA, Hub. 
E. subsignaria, Hiib. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

SELENIA, Hub. 
S. kentaria, Grt. & Rob. 

S. alciphearia, Walk. 

AZELINA, Gn. 
A. hubnerata, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

ENDROPIA, Gn. 

E. serrataria, Dru. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
E. obtusaria, Hub. 
E. efifectaria, Walk. 
E. pectinaria, W. Y. 
E. bilinearia, Pack. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
E. armataria, H-S. 
E. amoenaria, Gn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
B. madusaria, Walk. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
E. marginata, Minot. 
E. warneri, Harv. 
E. hypochraria, H-S. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

E. duaria, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
E. decoloraria, Hulst. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 333 

BPIRRANTHIS, Hub. 

B. obfirmaria, Hiib. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

THBRINA, Hub. 
T. fervidaria, Hiib. 

I have taken this at Jamesburg. Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
T. endropiaria, Grt. & Rob. 
T. bibularia, Grt. & Rob. 

METROCAMPA, Gn. 
M. margaritata, Linn. 

ANAGOGA, Hiib. 
A. pulveraria, Linn. 

ANTBPIONfe, Pack. 
A. depontanata, Grt. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

A. sulphurata, Pack. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



SICYA, Gn. 

S. niacularia, Harr. 



ANGERONA, Dup. 
A. crocataria, Fabr. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

NEMATOCAMPA, Gn. 
N. filamentaria, Gn. 

Not uncommon throughout the State. 



PLAGODIS, Hub. 

P. rosaria, Grt. & Rob. 

P. floscularia, Grt. 
P. keutzingaria, Grt. 



334 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P. fervidaria, H-S. 
P. phlogosaria, Gn. 
P. alcoolaria, Gn. 

HYPBRETIS, Gn. 
H. amicaria, H-S. 

A common and extremely variable species found throughout 

the State. 

GEOMBTRA, Linn. 
G. iridaria, Gn. 

Not common, but seems generally distributed. 

APLODES, Gn. 
A. rubrolinearia, Pack. 

A. brunnearia, Pack. 

A. mimosaria, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

SYNCHLORA, Gn. 
S. glaucaria, Gn. 

NBMORIA, Hub. . 
N. subcroceata, Walk. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
N. gratata, Walk. 
N. pistaciata, Gn, 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

EUCROSTIS, Hub. 

B. chloroleucaria, Gn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

DYSPTERIS, H-S. 
D. abortivaria, H-S. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



BPHYRA, Dup. 
E. pendulinearia, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 335 

ACIDALIA, Tr. 
A. ossularia, Hiib. 

A. granitaria, Pack. 

A. insularia, Gn. 

A. nivosata, Gn. , 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
A. inductata, Gn. 

A. punctofimbriata, Pack. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
A. cacuminata, Morr. 

A. enucleata, Gn. 

One of the most common species of the genus ; usually among 
Fern and Bracken, in woods. 

ASTHENA, Hub. 
A. albog-ilvaria, Morr. 

CALOTHYSANIS, Hub. 
C. amaturaria, Walk. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

OALLEDAPTBRYX, Grt. 

C. dryopterata, Grt. 

STEGANIA, Gn. 
S. pustularia, Gn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

GUENERIA, Pack. 
G. basiata, Walk. 

DEILINEA, Hub. 

D. variolaria, Gn. 

D. erythemaria, Gn. 

EUDEILINEA, Pack. 

E. herminiata, Gn. 



336 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CORYCIA, Dup. 
C. vestaliata, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
C. semiclarata, Walk. 

SEMIOTHISA, Hiib. 
S. prseatomata, Harv. 
S. minorata, Pack. 
S. enotata, Gn. 
S. granitata, Gn. 
S. ocellinata, Gn. 

PHASIANE, Dup. 
P. orillata, Walk. 

P. mellistrigata, Grt. 

MARMOPTERYX, Pack. 
M. strigularia, Min. 

THAMNONOMA, Led. 
T. quadrilinearia, Pack. 
T. wavaria, Linn. 
T. subcessaria, Pack. 
T. sulphuraria, Pack. 
T. argillacearia, Pack. 

LOZOGRAMMA, Steph. 
L. lactispargata, Walk. 
L. detersata, Gn. 
L. defluata, Walk. 

BUFITCHIA, Pack. 
B. ribearia, Fitch. 

The gooseberry span worm ; sometimes common. Caldweill, 
rare — Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 337 

CARIPETA, Walk. 
C. divisata, Walk. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
C angustiorata, Walk. 

FIDONIA, Tr. 
P. truncataria, Walk. 

P. notataria, Walk. 

H^MATOPIS, Hub. 
H. grataria, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. Newark, in May — Seib. 

CATBRVA, Grt. 
C. catenaria, Dru. 

Locally common. Not rare at Jamesburg. Caldwell, common 

— Crane. 

TORNOS, Morr. 
T. rubiginosus, Morr. 

T. approximaria, Pack. 

ASPILATES, Tr. 
A. lintneraria, Pack. 

A. coloraria, Fabr. 

CLBORA, Curtis. . 
C. pulchraria, Minot. 

HBMBROPHILA, Steph. 
H. unitaria, H-S. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Newark — Machesney. 



BPIMBCIS, Hub. 
B. hortaria, Fabr. 



OYMATOPHORA, Hub. 
C. umbrosaria, Hiib. 
O. polygrammaria, Pack. 



338 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

<j. larvaria, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

C. humaria, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

C. pampinaria, Gn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

C. crepuscularia, Tr. 

Quite common throughout the State. 



TBPHROSIA, Bd. 
T. canadaria, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
T. cog-nataria, Hub. 
T. cribrataria, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

PARAPHIA, Gn. 
P. subatomaria, Gn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

BUBYJA, Hub. 
B. cognataria, Gn. 

B. paenulataria, Grt. 

HYBERNIA, Latr. 
H. tiliaria, Harris. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

PHIGALIA, Dup. 
P. strigataria, Minot. 

P. olivacearia, Morr. 

ANISOPTERYX, Steph. 
A. vernata, Harris. 

The spring canker worm. Seldom injurious in this State. 

A. autumnata, Pack. 

Also quite rare in my experience. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 339 

OPEROPHTERA, Hub. 



O. boreata, Hiib. 

HETEROPHLEPS, H-S. 
H. harveiata, Pack. 

H. triguttata, H-S. 

A common species throughout the State. 



HELIOMATA, Grt. 
H. cycladata, Grt. 



BAPTRIA, Hub. 
B. albovittata, Gn. 

LOBOPHORA, Curtis. 
L. atroliturata, Walk. 

L. anguilineata, Grt. 

L. fuscifasciata, Walk. 

HYDRIA, Hub. 
H. undulata, Linn. 

PHIBALAPTERYX, Staph. 
P. latirupta, Walk. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

P. intestinata, Gn. 

OCHRIA, Hub. 
O. ferrugata, Linn. 

O. munitata, Hiib. 

PETROPHORA, Hub. 
P. diversilineata, Hiib. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

P. prunata, Linn. 



340 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

EPIRRITA, Hub. 
B. cambricaria, Curt. 

B. dilutata, Borkh. 

B. duodecimlineata, Pack. 

PLBMYRIA, Hub. 
P. fluviata, Hiib. 

P. multiferata, Walk. 

GLAUCOPTBRYX, Hub. 
G. cumatilis, Grt. &, Rob. 
G. caesiata, Borkh. 

BUPBTHECIA, Curtis. 
B. miserulata, Grt. 

B. interruptofasciata, Pack. 



Family PYRALIDJE. 

Sub-Family PYRALINJE. 

AGLOSSA, Latr. 



A. domalis, Gn. 



ASOPIA, Tr. 
A. farinalis, Linn. 

Often injurious to stored grain, and quite common. 

A. costalis, Fabr. 

The clover clay worm. Quite common throughout the State. 

A. olinalis, Gn. 

A. squamealis, Grt. 

*Mr. Hiilst has also kindly furnished the list of species in this family, of some 
parts of which he has made sjiecial study. No other lists have been available, and 
Mr. Hulst must be considered sole authority lor all the species cited, except where I 
have especially indicated ancjther. The comments are, in all cases, my own. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 341 

SIPAROCBRA, Rob. 
S. nobilis, Rob. 

I have taken this rarely, in Ocean county. 

MBLANOMMA, Grt. 
M. auricinctaria, Grt. 

SCOPARIA, Haw. 
S. centuriella, S. V. 

S. libella, Grt. 

THELCTBRIA, Led. 
T. pupula, Hiib. 

I have seen this pretty species, not uncommonly. 

BOTIS, Schrank. 
B. octomaculata, Linn. 

B. insequalis, Gn. 

B. rufofimbrialis, Grt. 

B. harveyana, Grt. 

B. badipennis, Grt. 

B. fodinalis, Led. 

B. nelumbialis, Smith. 

Bordentowu. The larva bores in stems, &c., of the Egyptian 
Lotus — Smith. 

B. erectalis, Grt. 

B. flavidalis, Gn. 

B. oxydalis, Gn. 

B. langdonalis, Grt. 

B. citrina, Grt. & Rob. 

B. marculenta, Grt. & Rob. 

New Brunswick — Smith. 
B. opilalis, Grt. 
B. oscitalis, Grt. 



342 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

B. pertextalis, Led. 

B. gentilis, Grt. 

B. magistralis, Grt. 

B. quinquelinealis, Grt. 

B. feudalis, Grt. 

New Brunswick, Jamesburg — Smith. 
B. terrealis, Tr. 
B. illibalis, Hub. 
B. plectilis, Grt. & Rob. 
B. subolivalis, Pack. 

B. niveicilialis, Grt. ' 

B. ventralis, Grt. 

EURYCREON, Led. 
E. sticticalis, Linn. 

B. cereralis, Zell. 

Ocean county, May 20th — Smith. 
E. chortalis, Grt. 

Ocean county. May 20th — Smith. 

B. rantalis, Gn. 

I have found this quite common, yet not injurious. 

NOMOPHILA, Hub. 
N. noctuella, S. V. 

Common everywhere throughout the State. 

MESOGRAPHE, Hub. 
M. rim o sails, Gn. 

M. stramentalls, Hiib. 

CROCIDOPHORA, Led. 

C. tuberculalis, Led. 

C. serratissimalis, Zell. 

PANTOGRAPHA, Led. 
P. limata, Grt. & Rob. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS, Mi 

BLEPHAROMASTIX, Led. 



B. ranalis, Gn. 

Newark, at light — Smith. 



BUDIOPTUS, Hub. 
B. hyalinata, Linn. 

A pretty species, not uncommon in Ocean county. 



DESMIA, Westw. 
D. maculalis, Westw. 

CINDAPHIA, Led. 
O. bicoloralis, Gn. 

Not uncommon at light, at New Brunswick. 



CONCHYLODES, Gn. 
C. platinalis, Gn. 



Sub-Family HYDROCAMPINJE. 

OLIGOSTIGMA, Gn. 
O. albalis, Rob. 

HYDROCAMPA, Gn. 
H. genuinalis, Led. 

Not uncommon -along ditches of running water, in Ocean 
county. 

CATACLYSTA, Hub. 
C. bifascialis, Rob. 

NYMPH^ELLA, Grt. 
N. dispar, Grt. 



344 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY 

Sub-Family HOMOPHYSIN^. 

LIPOCOSMA, Led. 
L. sicalis, Walk. 

HOMOPHYSA, Gn. 

H. glaphyralis, Gn. 

H. sesquistrialis, Hiib. 



Sub-Family EPIPASCHIINiE. 

EPIPASCHIA, Clem. 

E. superatalis, Clem. 

LANTAPHB, Clem. 
L. platanella, Clem. 

SALUDA, Hulst. 
S. asperatella, Clem. 

S. diluculella, Grt. 



Sub-Family PHYCITIN^. 

ACROBASIS, Zell. 
A. angusella, Grt. 

A. caryse, Grt. 

Quite commou on Hickory, in Ocean county. 
A. rubrifasciella, Pack. 

A. vaccinii, Riley. 

The " Cranberry Fruit Worm." Found on all the bog3, but 
in small numbers, and never seriously injurious. 

A. indiginella, Zell. 

Common at New Brunswick. 



DIORYCTRIA, Zell. 
D. abietella, S. V. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 345 

NEPHOPTERYX, Hiib. 
N. ovalis, Pack. 

N. basilaris, Zell. 

MBROPTBRA, Grote. 
M. pravella, Grt. 

SALEBRIA, Zell. 
S. fusca, Haw. 

ZOPHODIA. Hub. 
Z. grossulariae, Pack. 

EUZOPHORA, Zell. 
E. semifuneralis, Walk. 

VITULA, Rag. 
V. edmandsii, Pack. 

PSOROSA, Zell. 
P. pneumatella, Hulst. 

Common at New Brunswick, larva on Elm — Smith. 

HETBROGRAPHIS. Rag. 
H. oblitella, Zell. 

BPHESTIA, Hub. 
E. elutella, Hub. 

PLODIA, Gn, 
P. interpunctella, Hiib, 

Often injurious to grain, the larva eating out the kernel. 



PEORIA, Rag. 
P. haematica, Zell. 



Sub-Family GALLERIIN^X. 

GALLBRIA, Linn. 
G. mellonella, Linn. 

The " Bee Moth." Larva infesting bee-hives, and sometimes 

very injurious. 



346 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

APHOMIA, Hub. 
A. sociella, Linn. 

ACHRCBA, Hub. 
A. grisella, Fabr. 



Sub-Family CRAMBIDIN.S:. 

ARGYRIA, Hub. 
A. nivalis, Dru. 

Found throughout the State. Hardly rare. 
A. nummulalis, Hiib. 
A. pulchella, Walk. 

CRAMBUS, Fabr. 
C girardellus, Clem. 
C. sericinellus, Zell. 
G. praefectellus, Zinck. 
O. leachellus, Zinck. 
C agitatellus, Clem. 
C. ealtuellus, Zell. 

Ocean county, on cranberry bogs — Smith. 

C. albellus, Clem. 

Newark, Jamesburg — Smith. 

C. bipunctellus, Zell. 
0. laqueatellus, Clem. 

Ocean county, in May — Smith. 
C topiarius, Zell. 

Ocean county, on cranberry bogs, in May — Smith. 
C. plejadellus, Zinck. 
C teterellus, Zinck. 
C. elegans, Clem. 
C. exsiccatus, Zell. 
C. caliginosellus, Clem. 
O. vulvivagellus, Clem. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 347 

SCHCENOBIUS, Dup. 



S. melinellus, Rob. 
S. clemensellus, Rob. 



Family TORTRICID^. 

In this family I have been unable to get at any collections made in 
New Jersey. The few species taken by myself form only a small 
part of the Tortricid fauna, and none of the local collectors to whose 
collections I had access, collected the family. I have therefore 
included in this list- such species of Prof. Fernald's Catalogue of 
Tortrieidce as, from the distribution given, are likely to occur in 
this State. Where I have taken the species myself, I have, of course, 
indicated it. 

TERAS, Tr. 
T. subnivana, Walk. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 

T. scabrana, Curt. 

I have taken this near Jersey City. 

T. hastiana, Linn. 

Occurs all over the United States and Europe. 

T. permutana, Dup. 

Extends across the continent, but not recorded from New 
Jersey. 

T. ferrugana, SchifF. 

I have taken this near New Brunswick, and it is probably 
generally distributed in the State. 

T. minuta, Rob. {vacciniivorana, Pack.) 

This is the " Fire Worm," or " Old Vine Worm," so destruc- 
tive on cranberry bogs. 

T. oxycoccana, Pack. 

Also said to be a Cranberry feeder. This name has usually 
been used to represent the preceding species. 



348 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CACCBCIA, Hub. 
C. rosaceana, Harris. 

Common throughout the State. Often injurious to Roses. 
O. purpurana, Clem. 

I have seen this, taken in the State. 
C. cerasivorana, Fitch. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. 
C. parallela, Rob. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 
C. obsoletana, Walk. 
C. transiturana, Walk. 

Both of these are from New York and Pennsylvania. 
C. argyrospila, Walk. 

Recorded from the Atlantic to the Pacific. 
C. semiferana, Walk. 

I have seen the larva quite abundant on Oak, in Burlington 
county. I have not seen it near New Brunswick. 

C. fervidana, Clem. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 

C. fractivittana, Clem. 

Recorded from Massachusetts to Virginia, to Ohio and Illinois. 

LOXOTuSJNIA. Steph. 
L. aflQictana, Walk. 

I have taken several specimens in Ocean county. 

PTYCHOLOMA, Steph. 
P. persicana, Fitch. 

Not rare. Generally distributed. 

P.' melaleucana, Walk. 

I have taken this near Montclair. 

PANDBMIS, Hub. 
P. lamprosana, Rob. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 349 

LOPHODERUS, Steph. 
L. juglandana, Fern. 

Not uncommon in Ocean county. 

L. triferana, Walk. 

Recorded from Maine to Texas. Dr. Packard gives Cran- 
berry as a food-plant, but I have not found it on New Jersey 
bogs. 

L. politana, Haw. 

Recorded from Maine to District of Columbia. 

L. velutinana, Walk. 

New Brunswick, in April ; common. 

TORTRIX, Linn. 
T. pallorana, Rob. 

Not common. I have taken only a few specimens. 

T. albicomana, Clem. 

I have taken this, not rarely, in Ocean county. 
T. peritana, Clem. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 
T. fumiferana, Clem. 

I have taken this iu the Orange Mountains. 

AMORBIA, Clem. 
A. humerosana, Clem. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 

CBNBCTRA, Gn. 
CB. unifasciana, Clem. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 

CB. xanthoides, Walk. 

Recorded along the coast from Maine to Virginia. 



CBNOPIS, Zell. 
O. reticulatana, Clem. 

Not rare near Jersey City. 



350 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY 

C. cana, Rob. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 



DICHELIA, Gn. 
D. sulfureana, Clem. 

Not rare. Generally distributed in my experience. 

AMPHI3A, Curt. 
A. discopunctana, Clem. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 



CAPUA, Steph. 
C. furcatana, Walk. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 



PLATYNOTA, Clem. 
P. flavedana, Clem. 

I have taken this in the State, but forget exactly where. 

P. sentana, Clem. 

New Brunswick; not common. 



CONCHYLIS, Treits. 
C. rutilana, Hiib. 

I have received this from the western part of the State, as 

injurious to Trailing Juniper. 

O. dorsimaculana, Rob. 

I have taken this in Ocean, Middlesex and Monmouth coun- 
ties, not rarely. 

RBTINIA, Gn. 
R. frustrana, Comst. 

I have taken this rarely in Ocean county. 



EUDEMIS, Hub. 
B. botrana, Schiff. 

Not rare along the base of the Orange Mountains. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 351 

ECCOPSIS, Zell. 
E. permundana, Clem. 

I have seen no New Jersey specimens, but feel confident it will 
be found in the State. 

B. fasciatana, Clem. 

B. inornatana, Clem. 

Both of these are recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 

PENTHINA, Treits. 
P. nimbatana, Clem, 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 
P. hartmanniana, Linn. 

Newark ; specimens taken by me. 
P. hebesana, Walk. 

Recorded from New Jersey, by Fernald. 
P. chionosema, Zell. 

New Brunswick; not common. 

SBRRICORIS, Tr. 
S. auricapitana, Wlsm. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 
S. coruscana, Clem. 

I have taken this not rarely near Jersey City. 
S. instrutana, Clem. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 

PH..E10ASIOPHORA, Grt. 
P. conflxana, Walk. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 

P-fflDISCA, Tr. 
P. juncticiliana, Wlsm. 

Recorded from New York to California. 

P. abbreviatana, Wlsm. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 



352 GEOLOGICAL S QR VEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P. strenuana, Walk. 

New Brunswick ; not common. 

P. scudderiana, Clem. 

I have seen the work of this species on Solidago, in Ocean and 
Atlantic counties. 

P. dorsisignatana, Clem. 

I have taken this near Montclair and in Ocean county, not 
uncommonly. 

SBMASIA, Staph. 
S. formosana, Clem. 

I have taken this in Ocean county, May 20th. 

S. striatana, Clem. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 

S. signatana, Clem. 

Recorded from Maine to Virginia. - 

8. argutana, Clem. 

Recorded from Massachusetts to Texas. 

PROTEOPTBRYX, Wlsm. 
P. spoliana, Clem. 

New Brunswick, in April ; common. 

STBGANOPTYCHA, Steph. 
S. fasciolana, Clem. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 

TMBTOCBRA, Lederer. 
T. ocellana, Schift'. 

Not rare. Generally distributed in the State. 

RHOPOBOTA, Lederer. 
R. vacciniana, Pack, 

Very injurious to Cranberries, and found wherever this I'ruit 
is grown. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 353 

PHOXOPTBRIS. Treits. 
P. nubeculana, Clem. 

I have this from several parts of the State, and it seems not 
rare. Ocean county, May 20th. 

P. comptana, Frohl. 

Widely distributed, but not recorded from New Jersey. 
P. cornifoliana, Riley. 

New Brunswick ; rare. 

GRAPHOLITA, Treits. 
G. caryana, Fitch. 

I have seen what I take to be the work of this species, in 
Ocean county. 

G. interstictana, Clem. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 

OARPOCAPSA, Treits. 

C. ponionella, Linn. 

The codling moth. Common all over the State. 

DICHRORAMPHA, Gn. 

D. ^mulana, Clem. 

Recorded from New York and Pennsylvania. 



Family TINEIDiE. 

The list in this family, or rather aggregation of families, has been 
kindly furnished by Mr. Wm. Beutenmiiller, the Curator of Insects 
in the American Museum of Natural History, New York City. 

Mr. Beutenmiiller says " The list has been made up from personal 
observation, and not from published records ; in fact, no species of 
Tineidce, to my knowledge, have as yet been recorded from Nfew 
Jersey." Small as is the list, the accuracy of the record and the 



354 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

notes on the food plants are very valuable. I have made few addi- 
tions to or comments in the list, and it is to be credited in its entirety 
to Mr. Beutenmiiller. 



CHOREUTBS, Hub. 
O. pavonicella, Clem. 

Rare. Food-plant and early stages unknown. 



ACROLOPHUS, Poey. 
A. plumifrontella, Clem. 

Common. Food-plant and early stages unknown. 

PSEUD ANOPHORA, Wlsm. 
P. arcanella, Clem. 

Common. Food and early stages unknown. 

a 

AMADRYA, Clem. 
A. efPrenatella, Clem. 

Not common. 

TINEA, Linn. 
T. biselliella, Hum. 

Common. Larva very injurious to carpets, furs, woolens, &c. 

T. pellionella, Linn. 

Common. Larva very injurious to furs, carpets, woolens, &c. 
T. granella, Linn. 

Common. Larva injurious to grain. 



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BLABOPHANES, Zell. 
B. ferruginella, Hiib. 

Common. Early stages and food unknown. 

B. dorsistrigella, Clem. 

Common. Early stages and food unknown. 

HYPONEUMEUTA, Zell. 
H. multipunctella, Clem. 

Not common. Early stages and food unknown. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 355 

PRONUBA, Riley. 
P. yuccasella, Riley. 

Common. Larva infests the seed pods of Yucca. 



PLUTBLLA, Schr. 
P. cruciferarum, Zell. 

Common. Larva injurious to Cabbage. 



EPIGRAPHIA, Steph. 
E. packardella, Clem. 

Rare. Early stagas and food unknown. 

CRYPTOLBCHIA, Zell. 
C. contrariella, Walk. 

Not common. Early stages and food unknown. 
C. tentoriferella, Clem. 

Common. Larva in web on Oak, Cherry and Walnut. 
C. schleegeri, Zell. 

Common. Food, Wax Myrtle (Myrica) and Oak, 

C. quercicella, Clem. 

Not common. Food, Oak, Aspen. 

DBPRESSARIA, Haw. 

D. atrodorsella, Clem. 

Not common. Food, Beggar-tick (Bidens). - 

D. hilar ella, Zell. 

Not common. Food, Locust and Sanicula. 
D. fulvipenella, Clem. 

Not common. Food, Golden Rod {Solidago). 
D. lecontella, Clem. 

Common. 
D. heracliana, De G. 

Not common. Larva in stems of Parsnip and other umbel- 
liferous plants. 



356 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

GELBCHIA, Zell. 
G. agrimoniella, Clem. ^ 

Not common. Food, Agrimonia. 
G. alacella, Clem. 

Not common. Early stages and food unknown. 

G. bilobella, Zell. 

Not common. Early stages and food unknown. 

G. inscripta, Wlsm. 

New Brunswick, in April, rare — Smith. 
Q. pinifoliella, Chamb. 

Jamesburg, common in Plnus rigida — Smith. 
G. flavicostella, Clem. 

Not common. Early stages and food unknown. 
G. atributella, Walk. 

Common. 
G. querciella, Chamb. 

Common. Food, Oak. 
G. rhoifructella, Clem. 

Common. Food, Poplar and Sumac. 
G. rubidella, Clem. 

Not common. Early stages and food unknown. 
G. roseosuffusella, Clem. 

Not common. According to Dr. Packard, the larva inhabits 
the fruit panicles of the Sumac. (Guide, p. 350, 8th ed.) 

G. gallaesolidaginis, Riley. 

Not common. Food, in stems of Golden Rod (Solidago). 
larva producing a fusiform swelliDg. 

HAMADRYAS, Clem, 
H. bassettella, Clem. 

Jamesburg, in July, rare — Smith. 



SITOTROGA, Hein. 
S. cerealella, Oliv. 

Common. I^arva in kernels of Corn, Wheat, ttc. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 357 

STROBISIA, Clem. 
S. emblemella, Clem. 

Scarce. Early stages and food not known. 

S. lepidella, Clem. 

Rare. Early stages and food unknown. 

YPSOLOPHUS, Pabr. 
Y. pometellus, Harr. 

Common. Food, Apple, Pear, Plum, &c. 

DASYCBRA, Haw. 
D. ne"wmanella, Clem. 

Rare. Early stages and food unknown. 

CECOPHORA, Zell. 
CE. argenticinctella, Clem. 

Common. Early stages and food unknown. 

BUTALIS, Tr. 

B. impositellus, Zell. 

Common. Food, various species of Aster. 
B. basilaris, Zell. 

Common. Early stages and food unknown. 
B. glandulella, Eiley. 

Not common. Larva in Acorns. 

ARGYRESTHIA, Hub. 
A. andereggiella, Dup. 

Common. Early stages and food in this country unknown. 
Larva, in Europe, in buds of Hazel and Apple. 

GRACILARIA, Zell. 
G. sassafrasella, Chamb. 

Common. Food, Sassafras. 



358 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

COLEOPHORA, Zell. 
C. malivorella, Riley. 

Common. Food, Apple, Plum, Cherry. 

LAVBRNA, Curt. 
L. eloisella, Clem. 

Scarce. Larva burrows in stalk of Primrose {(Enothera). 

L. phragmitella, Steph. 

Common at light, in Newark. In Europe this feeds on 
Typha — Smith. 

COSMOPTERYX, Hub. 
C. gemmiferella, Clem. 

Rare. Early stages and food unknown. 

ANTISPILA, m\h. 
A. nyss3Bfoliella, Clem. 

Common. Food, Pepperidge {Nyssa sylvatica). Very de- 
structive. 

ASPIDISCA, Clem. 
A. splendoriferella, Clem. 

Common. Food, Apple. 

TISCHBRIA, Zell. 
T. citripennella, Clem. 

Common. Food, Oak. 

LITHOCOLLBTIS, Zell. 
L. hamadryadella, Clem. 

Very common. Food, Oak. 
L. fitchella, Clem. 

Common. Food, Oak. 
L. robiniella, Clem. 

Common. Food, Locust. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 359 

L. caryaefoliella, Clem. 

Common. Food, Hickory. 

L. guttifinitella, Clem. 

Very common. Foutl, Poison Ivy {Rhus radicans). 
L, desmodiella, Clem. 

Scarce. Food, Desmodiuin viridijiorum. 

LBUCANTHIZA, Clem. 
L. amphicarpaefoliella, Clem. 

Common. Food, Hog-peanut {Amphicarpa monoicn), 

PHYLLOCNISTIS, Zell. 
P. vitiginella, Clem. 

Common. Food, Grape. 



Family PTZROPHORID^. 

PLATYPTILUS, Hub. 
P. ochreodactylus, var. bischoffii, Zell. 



OXYPTILUS, Zell. 
O. nigriciliatus, Zell. 

Rare. 

O. periscelidactylus, Fitch. 

Common. Footl, Grape. 



PTEROPHORUS, Wallgr. 
P. monodactylus, Linn. 
Common. 

* Mr. Meyrick considers the Plerophoridce as belonging to the Pyralidce rather than 
the TineidcB, and I am not sure but that he is right. In placing them at the foot of 
the series, I have followed both precedent and Mr. Beutenmuller's MSS. — J. B. S. 



360 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 



Order DIPTERA. 

Family CECIDOMYID^. 

CBCIDOMYIA, Meigen. 
C. anthophila, O. S. 
C. cornuta, Walsh. 
C. culmicola, Morris. 
C. destructor, Say. 

The Hessian fly. Not destructive in New Jersey. 
C. grossulariae, Fitch. 
C. ornata, Say. 
C, salicis-brassicoides, Walsh. 

I have seen the galls of this species not rarely. 

C. vaccinii, J. B. Smith. 

Common on Cranberry ( Vaccinium ) and Loose Strife {Lysi- 
machia). 

DIPLOSIS, Lw. 

D. caliptera, Fitch. 

D. carysB, 0. S. 
D. graminis, Fitch. 
D. inimica, Fitch. 
D. robiniae, Hald. 
D. tritici, Kirby. 

Was reported as doing some damage in New Jersey during 
the season of 1889. 

ASPHONDYLIA. Lw. 
A. monacha, 0. S. 
A. recondita, 0. S. 
A. rudebeckise-conspicua, O. S. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 361 

LASIOPTERA, Meigen. 
L. ventralis, Say. 

L. vitis, 0. S. 

I have seen the galls of this species not infrequently daring 
the present season (1889). 



Family MYCETOPHILID^. 

MYCETOBIA, Meigen. 
M. diverg-ens, Walk. 

DITOMYIA, Winnertz. 

D. euzona, Lw. 

PLESlASTINA, Winnertz. 
P. lauta, Lw. 

BOLITOPHILA, Meigen. 
B. cinerea, Meigen. 

MAOROOERA, Meigen. 
M. formosa, Lw. 

PLATYURA, Meigen. 
P. mendica, Lw. 

POLYLEPTA, Winnertz. 
P. fragilis, Lw. 

SCIOPHILA, Meigen. 
S. appendiculata, Lw. 

LASIOSOMA, Winnertz. 
L. fasciata, Say. 

EUDICRANA, Lw. 

E. obunibrata, Lw. 

SYNTEMNA, Winnertz. 
S. polyzona, Lw. 

PHTHINIA, Winnertz. 
P. tanypus, Lw. 



362 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

NEOGLAPHYROPTBRA, O. S. 
N. bivittata, Say. 
N. melaena, Lw. 
N. oblectabilis, Lw. 
N. sublunata, Lw. 
N. winthemi, Leh. 



L. abbreviata, Lw. 
L. sororcula, Lw. 



LBJA, Meigen. 



ALLODIA, Winnertz. 

A. craseicornis, Stannius. 

TRICHONTA, "Winnertz. 
T. foeda, Lw. 

ZYGOMYIA, Winnertz. 
Z. ignobilis, Lw. 

Z. ornata, Lw. 

BPICYPTA, Winnertz. 

B. pulicaria, Lw. 

MYCOTHBRA, Winnertz. 
M. paula, Lw. 

MYCBTOPHILA, Meigen. 
M. extincta, Lw. 

M. fallax, Lw. 

M. ichneumonea, Say. 

M. inculta, Lw. 

M. mutica, Lw. 

M. polita, Lw. 

M. procera, Lw. 

M. scalaris, Lw. 

M. sigmoides, Lw. 

SCIARA, Meigen. 
S. femorata, Say. 

S. fuliginosa, Fitch. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 363 



S. inconstans, Fitch. 

S. mali, Fitch. 

S. vulgaris, Fitch. 

TRIOHOSIA, Winnertz. 
T. hebes, Lw. 



Family SIMULIDJE. 

There are several species of Simulium in the running streams, but 
I have taken no images, and cannot even give a guess at what species 
we have, from published data. 



Family BIBIONID^. 

BIBIO, Geoff. 
B. albipennis, Say. 

I have taken this species in the State. Caldwell, common — 
Crane. 

B. articulatus, Say. 
B. femoratus, Wied. 

I have taken this species in the State. Caldwell, common — 
Crane. 

B. pallipes, Say. 
B. rufithorax, Wied. 
B. xanthopus, Wied. 



D. dimidiatus, Lw. 
D. orbatus, Say. 
D. thoracicus, Say. 

P. heteroptera, Say. 
S. atrata, Say. 



DILOPHUS, Meigen. 

PLBCIA, Wied. 
SCATOPSB, Geoff. 



364 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Family CULICID^. 

CULBX, Linn. 
O. ciliatus, Fabr. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Taken quite frequently in New 
Jersey. One of the common mosquitos. It as frequently takes 
the collector. 

O. consobrinus, R. Desv. 
O. damnosus, Say. 

Also quite abundant in New Jersey. 
C. trieeriatus, Say. 

More rare, but still obtrusively abundant on occasion. 

ANOPHELES, Meigen. 
A. quadrimaculatus, Say. 

Not common. I was taken by only a single specimen. 
Caldwell, common — Crane. 



AEDBS, Meigen. 
A. sapphirinus, O. S. 

CORETHRA, Meigen. 
C. punctipennis, Saj-. 



Family CHIRONOMID^. 

CHIRONOMUS, Meigen. 



C. cristatus, Fabr. 
0. geminatus, Say. 
C. glaucurus, Wied. 
O. lineola, Wied. 
C. lobifer, Say. 
C. modestus, Say. 
C. tricinctus, Meigen. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 365 

TANYPUS, Meigen. 



T. annulatus, Say. 
T. flavicinctus, Lw. 
T. pinguis, Lw. 
T. tibialis, Say. 
T. tricolor, Lw. 

CBRATOPOGON, Meigen. 
C. festivus, Lw. 

C. longipennis, Lw. 

C. lineatus, Lw. 

C. plebejus, Lw. 

C. rufus, Lw. 



H. fasciata, Say. 



HBTBROMYIA, Say. 



Family ORPHNEPHILID^. 

ORPHNBPHILA, Haliday. 



O. testacea, Ruthe. 



Family PSYCHODID^. 

PSYCHODA, Latr. 
P. alternata, Say. 

Common almost everywhere throughout the State. 



D. brevirena, O. S, 
D. defuncta, 0. S. 



Family TIPULIDiE. 

DICRANOMYIA, Staph. 



366 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

D. globithorax, O. S, 
D. immodesta, O. S. 
D. liberta, O. S. 
D. longipennis, Schum. 
D. pubipennis, 0. S. 

D. rostrifera, 0. S. 

GBRANOMYIA, Haliday. 
G. canadensis, Westw. 
G. rostrata, Say. 

RHIPIDIA, Meigen. 
R. maculata, Meigen. 

R. fidelis, 0. S. 

R. domestica, O. S, 

LIMNOBIA, Meigen. 
L. cinctipes, Say. 

L. indigena, 0. S. 

L. triocellata, 0. S. 

RHAMPHIDIA, Meigen. 
R. flavipes, Macq. 

BLBPHANTOMYIA, O. S. 

E. westwoodi, O. S. 

TOXORRHINA, Lw. 

T. magna, 0. S. 

Described from Npw Jersey specimens. 



ANTOCHA, O. S. 

A. opalizans, 0. S. 

ATARBA, O. S. 
A. picticornis, O. S. 

TEUOHOLABIS, O. S. 
T. complexa, 0. S. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 367 

RHYPHOLOPHUS, O. S. 



R. holotrichus, Say. 
R. innocens, 0. S. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
R. meigenii, O. S. 
R. nubilus, 0. S. 
R. rubellue, O. S. 

ERIOPTERA, Meigen. 
E. chrysocoma, O. S. 
E. chlorophylla, 0. S. 
E. septemtrionis, 0. S. 
E. straminea, O. S. 
E. villosa, O. S. 
E. vespertina, O. S. 
E. armillaris, 0. S. 
E. venusta, 0. S. 
E. armata, O. S. 
E. caloptera, Say. 
E. parva, O. S. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
B. hirtipennis, 0. S. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

SYMPLEOTA, Meigen. 
S. punctipennis, Meigen. 

GNOPHOMYIA, O. S. 

G. tristiseima, 0. S. 

QONOMYIA, Meg-erle. 
G. blanda, 0. S. 

G. manca, O. S. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

G. subcinerea, 0. S. 

G. sulphurella, 0. S. 



368 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CLADURA, O. S. 
O. indivisa, O. S. 

BPIPHRAGMA, O. S. 

B. fascipennis, Say. 

LIMNOPHILA, Macq. 

L. adusta, O. S. 

L. areolata, O. S. 
L. contempta, 0. S. 
L. fuscovaria, 0. S. 
L. gracilis, Wied. 
L. imbecilla, O. S, 
L. lenta, 0. S. 
L. macrocera, Say. 
L. montana, 0. S. 
L. quadrata, 0. S. 
L. recondita, 0. S. 
L. rufibasis, 0. S. 
L. tenuipes, Say. 
L. ultima, O. S. 

TRICHOCBRA, Meigen. 
T. regelationis, Linn. 

PENTHOPTBRA, Schiner. 
P. albitarsis, 0. S. 

AMALOPIS. Haliday. 

A. inconstans, O. S. 

A. vernalis, O. S. 

RAPHIDOLA.BIS, O. S. 
R. tenuipes, 0. S. 

R. flaveola, O. S. 

TRIGOMA, Schiner. 
T. exsculpta, O. S. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 369 

PTYCHOPTERA, Meigen. 
P. quadrifasciata, Say. 
P. rufocincta, O. 6. 

BITTACOMORPHA, Westw. 

B. clavipes, Fabr. 

Common along ditches of cranberry marshes in Ocean county, 
in May. Rare at Jamesburg, in June. 



IDIOPLASTA, O. S. 
I. fitchii, O. S. 



TIPULA, Linn. 
T. abdominalis, Say. 

T. bella, Lw. 

T. costalis, Say. 

T. cunctans, Say. 

T. dejecta, Walk. 

T. fasciata, Lw. 

Recorded from the Palisades, New Jersey. 
T. fiavicans, Fabr. 
T. fuliginosa, Say. 
T. grata, Lw. 
T. infuscata, Lw. 
T. ignobilis, Lw. 
T. m^-culipennis, Wied. 
T. tetrocephala, Lw, 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
T. tricolor, Fabr. 
T. trivittata, Say. 

PACHYRRHINA, Macq. 
P.. collaris. Say. 

P. ferruginea, Fabr. 

P. incur va, Lw. 



370 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P. macrocera, Say. 
P. unifasciata, Lw. 
P. virescens, Lw. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 



DOLICHOPBZA, Curt. 
D. annulata, Say. 



R. alternatus, Say. 
R. fenestralis, Scop. 
R. punctatus, Meigen. 



Family RHYPHID^. 

RHYPHUS, Latr. 



Family XYLOPHAGID-ffi. 

XYLOPHAGUS, Meigen. 
X. lugens, Lw. 

X. reflectens, Walk. 

SUBULA, Meigen. 
S. palipes, Lw. 



C. pallida, Say. 



FamUy C(ENOMYID^. 

C^NOMYIA, Latr. 



M. fuscitarsis, Say. 
M. obscuriventris, Lw, 



Family STRATYOMYID^. 

MBTOPONIA, Macq. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 371 

BERIS, Latr. 



B. viridis, Say. 

SARGUS, Fabr. 
S. decorus, Say. 

Common at Jamesburg. 

S. elegans, Lw, 

S. xanthopus, Wied. 

CHLOROMYIA, Dune. 

C. viridis, Say. 

Common throughout the State. 

OXYCBRA, Meigen. 
O. maculata, Oliv. 

O. unifasciata, Lw. 

ODONTOMYIA, Meigen. 
O. flavicornis, Oliv. 

O. lasiophthalma, Lw. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

O. nigerrima, Lw. 

STRATIOMYIA, Lw. 
S. angularis, Lw. 

S. flaviceps, Macq. . 

S. marginalis, Lw. 

S. vicina, Macq. 

NEMOTELUS, Geoff. 
N. pallipes, Say. 



P. chrysoconia, 0. S 

P. pigra, 0. S. 

P. tranquilla, O. S. 



Family TABANIDiE. 

PANGONIA, Latr. 



372 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CHRYSOPS, Meigen. 
C. callidus, O. S. 

C. celer, O. S. 

O. excitans, Walk. 

C. fallax, 0. S. 

C. flavidus, Wied. 

C. hilaris, 0. S. 

C. moechus, 0. S. 

C. niger, Macq. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
C. obsoletus, Say. 
C. plangens, Wied. 
C. pudicus, O. S. 
C. univittatus, Maoq. 
C. vittatus, Wied. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

THBRIOPLBCTBS, Zell. 
T. cinctus, Fabr. 

T. lasiophthalmus, Macq. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

T. trispilus, Wied. 

TABA.NUS, Linn. 
T. americanus, Forst. 

T. atratus, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. 
T. catentatus, O. S. 
T. cing-ulatus, Macq. 
T. cofiFeatus, Macq. 
T. coBtalis, Wied. 
T. exul, O. S. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
T. fulvulus, Wied. 
T. gig-anteus, De G. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 373 



T. lineola, Fabr. 

The most common species Id the State. 
T. longulus, 0. S. 
T. melanocerus, Wied. 
T. mexicanus, Linn. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
T. nigrescens, Pal. Beau v. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
T. nigrovittatus, Macq. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
T. nivosus, 0. S. 

Described from New Jersey specimens. 
T. pumilus, Macq. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
T. reinwardtii, Wied. 
T. stygius, Say. 
T. sulcifrons, Macq. 
T. triniaculatus. Pal. Beauv. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
T. variegatus, Fabr. 

ATYLOTUS, O. S. 
A. bicolor, Wied. 



Family LEPTIDiE. 

TRIPTOTRICHA, Lw. 



T. fasciventris, Lw. 
T. rufithorax, Say. 



CHRYSOPILA, Macq. 
C. basilaris, Say. 

C. fasciata, Say. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 



374 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

C. ornata, Say. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
O. quadrata, Say. 
O. thoracica, Fabr. 

LEPTIS, Fabr. 
L. albicornis, Say. 

L. mystacea, Macq. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
L. punctipennis, Say. 
L. plumbea, Say. 
L. scapularis, Lw. 



Family ASILID^. 

LEPTOGASTER, Meigen. 
L. flavipes, Lw. 

L. histrio, Wied. 

L. ochraceus, Schiner. 

L. testaceus, Lw. 

CBRATURGUS, ^Vied. 
O. cruciatus, Say. 

DIOCTRIA, Meigen. 
D. albius, Walk. , 

LAPHYSTIA, Lw. 
L. sexfasciata, Say. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 



ECHTHOPODA, Lw. 
E. formosa, Lw. 

HOLOPOGON, Lw. 
H. giittula, Wied. 

H. philadelphicus, Schiner. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 375 

STICHOPOGON, Lw. 
S. argenteus, Say. 

Sandy Hook, August. Anglesea, July 22d. Not rare. 
S. trifasciatus, Say. 

HOLCOCBPHALA, Jaenn. 
H. abdominalis, Say. 

NICOCLES, Jaenn. . 
N. politus, Say. 

TARACTICU&, Lw. 
T. octopunctatus, Say. 

DEROMYIA, Phillipi. 
D. discolor, Lw. 

D. umbrina, Lw. 

D. winthemi, Wied. 

ATOMOSIA, Macq. 
A. glabrata, Say. 

A. puella, Wied. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

CEROTAINIA, Schiner. 

C. macrocera, Say. 

DASYLLIS, Lw. 

D. flavicollis, Say. 

D. posticata, Say. 
D. thoracica, Fabr. 
D. tergissa, Say. 

HYPBRECHIA, Schiner. 
H. atrox, Wied. 

DASYLLIS, Lw. 
D. thoracica, Fabr. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



376 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

LAPHRIA, Meigen. 
L sericea, Say. 

LAMPRIA, Macq. 
L. bicolor, Wied. 

MALLOPHORA, Macq. 
M. laphroides, Wied. 

M. clausicella, Macq. 

PROMAOHUS, Lw. 
P. bastardi, Macq. 

P. apivorus, Fitch. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

ERAX, Macq. 
B. bastardi, Macq. 

E. aestuans, Wied, 

PROCTACANTHUS, Macq. 
P. philadelphicus, INIacq. 

ASILUS, Linn. 
A. sericeus, Say. 

I have observed a few specimens of this species the present 

season. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

A. femoralis, Macq. 

A. tibialis, Macq. 

NEOITAMUS, O. S. 

N. eenobarbus, Lw. 

♦ 

TOLMERUS, Lw. 
T. annulipes, Macq. 

OMMATIUS, linger. 
O. tibialis, Say. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 377 

Family MIDAID^. 

MIDAS, Fabr. 
M. clavatus, Dru. 

Not commou. Taken at Jamesburg. Generally distributed. 
Caldwell, common — Crane. 



Family BOMBYLID^. 

EXOPROSOPA, Macq. 
E. emarg-inata, Macq. 

B. fascipennis, Say. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

E. faeciata, Macq. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



ANTHRAX, Scop. 
A. alternata, Say. 

A. fulvohirta, Wied. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
A. gracilis, Macq. 
A. sinuosa, Wied. 

ARGYRAMCEBA, Schiner. 
A. analis, Say. 

A. cedipus, Fabr. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

A. simson, Fabr. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

LOMATIA, Meigen. 
L. elongata. Say. 



378 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

BOMBYLIUS, Linn. 
B. atriceps, Lw. 

B. fratellus, Wied. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
B. pygmaeus, Fabr, 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
B. varius, Fabr. 

SPARNOPOLIUS, Lw. 
S. fulvus, Wied. 

PHTHIRIA, Meigen. 
P. sulphurea, Lw. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

GERON, Meigen. 
G. calvus, Lw. 

G. macropterus, Lw. 

G. subauratus, Lw. 

G. vitripennis, Lw. 

SYSTROPUS, Wied. 
S. macer, Lw. 

TOXOPHORA. Meigen. 
T. aniphitea, Walk. 



Family THEREVID^. 

PSILOOBPHALA, Zett. 
P. erythrura, Lw. 

P. melanoprocta, Lw. 

P. nigra, Say. 

THERE VA, Latr. 
T. candidata, Lw. 

T. gilvipes, Lw. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 379 

TABUDA, Walk. 



T. fulvipes. Walk, 

Recorded from New Jersey. 



Family SCENOPINIDiE. 

SCENOPINUS, Latr. 



S. fenestralis, Linn. 
S. laevifrons, Meigen. 



Family CYRTIDiE. 

OPSEBIUS, Costa. 
O. gag-atinus, Lw. 

ONCODBS, Latr. 
O. pallidipennis, Lw. 



Family FMPID^. 

SYNBCHBS, Walk. 
S. simplex, Walk. 

S. thoracicus, Say. 

BMPIS, Linn. 
B. longipes, Lw. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
B. varipes, Lw. 

RHAMPHOMYIA, Meigen. 
R. diinidiata, Lw. 
R. funiosa, Lw. 
R. gracilis, Lw. 
R. scolopacea, Say. 



380 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

R. tristis, Walk. 
R. umbilicata, Lw. 

HILARA, Meigen. 
H. gracilis, Lw. 

H. nigriventris, Lw. 

CYRTOMA, Meigen. 
C longipes, Lw. 

STILPON, Lw. 
S. varipes, Lw. 

TACHYDROMIA, Meigen. 
T. mesogramnia, Lw. 
T. pachycnema, Lw. 
T. trivialis, Lw. 

TAOHYPEZA, Meigen. 
T. fenestrata, Say. 

HBMERODROMIA, Meigen. 
H. notata, Lw. 

H. vittata, Lw. 

CLINOCERA, Meigen. 
O. lineata, Lw. 

C. conjuncta, Lw. 

C. maculata, Lw. 



Family DOLICHOPODID^. 

DOLIOHOPUS, Latr. 



D. batillifer, Lw. 
D. bifractus, Lw. 
D. comatus, Lw. 
D. cuprinus, Wied. 
D. funditor, Lw. 
D. gratus, Lw. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 381 

D. long-ipennis, Lw. 
D. ovatus, Lw. 
D. pachycnemus, Lw. 
D. quadrilamellatus, Lw. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
D. ruficornis, Lw. 
D. scapularis, Lw. 
D. scoparius, Lw, 
D. setifer, Lw. 

GYMNOPTERNUS, Lw. 
Q. albiceps, Lw. 
G. barbatulus, Lw. 
G. calacochrus, Lw. 
G. debilis, Lw. 
G. despieatus, Lw. 
G. exilis, Lw. 
G. flavus, Lw. 
G. frequens, Lw. 
G. Isevigatus, Lw. 
G. minutus, Lw. 
G. nigribarbus, Lw. 
G. parvicornis, Lw. 
G. subdilatatus, Lw. 
G-. ventralis, Lw. 

PBLASTONBURUS, Lw. 
P. cognatus, Lw. 

P. vagans, Lw. 

ARGYRA, Macq. 
A. calceata, Lw. 
A. calcitrans, Lw. 

SYNARTHRUS, Lw. 

S. barbatue, Lw. 

S. cinereiventris, Lw. 



382 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

PORPHYROPS, Meigen. 
P. fumipennis, Lw. 
P. melampus, Lw. 

DIAPHORUS, Meigen. 
D. laraellatus, Lw. 
D. mundus, Lw, 
D. opacus, Lw. 
D. sodalis, Lw. 

CHRYSOTUS, Meigen. 
C. afflnis, Lw. 
C. discolor, Lw. 
C. longimanus, Lw. 
C. validus, Lw. 

SYMPYCNUS, Lw. 
S. lineatus, Lw. 

CAMPSIONBMUS, Haliday. 
C. hirtipes, Lw. 

LIANCALUS, Lw. 
L. genualis, Lw. 

SCELLUS, Lw. 
S. exustus, Walk. 

HYDROPHORUS, Fallen. 
H. parvus, Lw. 

H. pirata, Lw. 

MEDETBRUS, Fischer. 
M. nigripes, Lw. 

CHRYSOTIMUS, Lw. 
C. delicatus, Lw. 

C. pusio, Lw. 

SAUCROPUS, Lw. 
S. carbonifer, Lw. 

S. superbiens, Lw. 

S. tenuis, Lw. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 



383 



PSILOPUS, Meigen. 
P. bicolor, Lw. 

P. comatus, Lw. 

P, filipes, Lw. 

P. inermis, Lw. 

P. patibulatus, Say. 

P. scintillans, Lw. 

P. sipho, Say. 

Common throughout the State. Caldwell, common — Crane, 



L. lutea, Panz. 
L. riparia, Meigen. 



Family LOXCHOPTERIDiE. 

LONCHOPTERA, Meigen. 



M. globosus, Fabr. 
M. tristis, Lw. 
M. ruflpes, Macq. 



Family SYRPHIDiE. 

MICRODON, Meigen. 



CHRYSOTOXUM, Meigen. 



C. laterale, Lw. 
C. pubescens, Lw. 
C. ventricosum, Lw. 

P. angustifrons, Lw. 
P. bicolor, Fabr. 
P. tibialis, Fallen. 

P. modesta, Lw. 
P. calcarata, Lw. 



PARAGUS, Latr. 



PIPIZA, Fallen. 



384 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

P. salax, Lw. 
P. nigribarba, Lw. 
P. femoralis, Lw, 
P. albipilosa, Will. 
P. nigripilosa, Will. 

PSILOTA, Meigen. 
P. buccata, Macq. 

CHRYSOGASTBR, Meigen. 
C. nigripes, Lw. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 
C. nitida, Wied, 
C. pictipennis, Lw. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

CHILOSIA, Meigen. 
C. cyanescens, Lw. 

MELANOSTOMA, Schiner. 
M. obscurum, Say. 
M. niellinum, Linn. 

Jamesburg — Smith. 

PYROPH^NA, Schiner. 
P. rosarum, Fabr. 

P. ocymi, Fabr. 

PLATYOHIRUS, St. P. & Serv. 
P. quadratus, Say. 
P. hyperboreus, Staeger. 
P. peltatus, Meigen. 

SYRPHUS, Fabr. 
S. arcuatus, Fallen. 

S. diversipes, Macq. 

S. ribesii, Linn. 

S. torvus, O. S. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 385 

S. lesueurii, Macq. 
S. abbreviatus, Zett. 
S. americanus, Wied. 
S. xanthostomus, Will. 

DIDBA, Macq. 
D. fuscipes, Lw. 

Collected by myself at Jamesburg. 

XANTHOGRAMMA, Schiner. 
X. felix, O. S. 

X. emarginata, Say. 

X. flavipes, Lw. 

X. aqualis, Lw. 

ALLOGRAPTA, O. S. 
A. obliqua, Say. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

MBSOGRAPTA, Macq. 
M. polita, Say. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
M. marginata, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Jamesburg — Smith. 
M. geminata, Say. 



N. globosa, Walk. 
N. distincta, Will. 

S. keeniana, Will. 
S. rufiventris, Lw. 
S. lobata, Lw. 



NEOASOIA, Will. 



SPHEGINA, Meigen. 



BACCHA, Fabr. 



B. tarchetius, Walk. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

z 



386 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

B. lugens, Lw. 
B. fuscipennis, Say. 
B. aurinota, Harris. 
B. cognata, Lw. 

MYIOLBPTA, Newn. 
M. nigra, Lw. 

RHINGIA, Scop. 
R. nasica, Say. 

VOLUCELLA, Geoff. 
V. evecta, Walk. 

V. vesiculosa, Fabr. 

SBRICOMYIA, Meigen. 
S. militaris, Walk. 

S. chrysotoxoides, Macq. 

BRISTALIS, Latr. 
E. ten ax, Linn. 

I have taken this in New Jersey frequently, 
B. aeneus, Fabr. 
B. dimidiatus, Wied. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
E. saxorum, Wied. 

New Brunswick, Jamesburg. 
B. brousi, Will. 
E. trans versus, Wied. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. New Brunswick. 
E. vinetorum, Fabr. 

HBLOPHILUS, Meigen. 
H. latifrons, Lw. 

H. similis, Macq. 

Jamesburg, not common. 

H. laetus, Lw. 

H. chrysostomus, Wied. 

H. distinctus, Will. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 387 



H. conostomus, Will. 
H. integer, Lw. 

PTBRALLASTBS, Lw. 
P. thoracicus, Lw. 

TBUCHOONEMIS, O. S. 
T. lituratUB, Lw. 

MALLOTA, Meigen. 
M. posticata, Fabr. 

M. barda, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

M. cimbiciformis, Fallen. 

TRIODONTA, Macq. 
T. curvipes, VVied. 

TROPIDIA, Meigen. 
T. quadrata, Say. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

CRIORHINA, Hoffm. 
C. verbosa, Harris. 

C, umbratilis, Will. 

C. intereistens, Walk. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

C. analis, Macq. 

O. decora, Macq. 

CRIOPRORA, O. S. 
C. cyanogaster, Lw. 

BRACHYPALPUS, Macq. 
B. frontosus, Lw. 

XYLOTA, Meigen. 
X. pigra, Fabr. 

X. bicolor, Lw. 

X. ejuncida, Say. 



388 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

X. fraudulosa, Lw. 

X. angustiventris, Lw. 

X. curvipes, Lw. 

X. chalybea, Wied. 

X. elongata, Will. 

X. quadrimaculata, Lw. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 

SENOGASTBR, Macq. 
S. comstocki, Will. 

SYRITTA, St. P. & Serv. 
S, pipiens, Linn. 

Common at Jamesburg. 

SPILOMYIA, Meigen. 
S. longicornis, Lw. 

S. fusca, Lw. 

S. hamifera, Lw. 

S. quadrifasciata, Say. 

TBMNOSTOMA, St. F. & Serv. 
T. bombylans, Fabr. 
T. pictulum, Pa. 
T. excentricum, Harris. 
T. alternans, Lw. 

MI LB SI A, Latr. 
M. ornata, Fabr. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 



SPHBCOMYIA, Latr. 
S. vittata, Wied. 

CBRIA, Fabr. 
C. abbreviata, Lw. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 389 

Family CONOPID^. 

CONOPS, Linn. 



C. genualis, Lw. 

C. obscuripennis. Will. 

C. Sagittarius, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
O. sylvosus, Will. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
C. tibialis, Say. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 

C. xanthopareus, Will. 

STYLOGASTER, Macq. 
S. stylatus, Fabr. 

DALMANIA, R. Desv. 

D. nigriceps, Lw. 

MYOPA, Fabr. 
M. fulvifrons, Say. 

M. vesiculosa, Say. 



P. nigripes, Lw. 



Family PIPUNCULID-ffi. 

PIPUNCULUS, Latr. 



Family PLATYPEZID-ffi. 

CALLOMYIA, Meigen. 
C. divergens, Lw. 

C notata, Lw. 

PLATYPEZA, Meigen. 
P. flavicornis, Lw. 

P. obscura, Lw. 

P. velutina, Lw. 



390 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Family GESTRID^. 

G ASTRO PHI LUS, Leach. 
Q. equi, Fabr. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
Q. haemorrhoidalis, Linn. 
Gt. nasalis, Linn. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 

All of these affect the horse, and the species are common to 
Europe and America. 

HYPODBRMA, Clark. 
H. bovis, DeG. 

Bots on oxen. 
H. lineata, Villers. 

Forming bots on sheep. Both are common to Europe and 
North America. 

CESTRUS, Linn. 
CE. ovis, Linn. 

Forming bots on sheep. Common to Europe and North 

America. 

OUTBRBBRA, Clark. 
O. americana, Fabr. 
O. buccata, Fabr. 
C. cuniculi, Clart. 
C. emasculator, Fitch. 
C. horripilum, Clark. 
O. scutellaris, Lw. 



Family TACHINID^. 

HYALOMYIA, R. Desv. 
H. triangulifera, Lw. 

TRICHOPODA, Latr. 
T. pennipes, Fabr. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 391 

HYSTRICIA, Macq. 
H. vivida, Harr. 

Common throughout the State. Caldwell — Crane. 



JURINIA, R. Desv. 
J. algens, Wied. 

J. aterrima, R. Desv. 

J. boscii, R. Desv. 

J. hystriz, Fabr. 

GYMNOCH^TA, R. Desv. 
G. alcedo, R. Desv. 

MICROPALPUS, Macq. 
M. distinctus, E. Desv. 

NBMOR^A, R. Desv. 
N. leucaniee, Kirkp. 

Parasitic on the Army Worm, L. unipuncta. 

EXORISTA, Meigen. 
B. cecropiae, Riley. 

B. doryphorse, Riley. 

B. phycitse, LeB. 

MASICERA., Macq. 
M. archippivora, Riley. 

BBLVOISIA, R. Desv. 
B. bifasciata, Fabr. 

DBGBERIA, Meigen. 

D. lateralis, Macq. 

SCOPOLIA, R. Desv. 
S. lateralis, IMacq. 

EUTHERA, Lw. 

E. tentatrix, Lw. 



392 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

PTILOOBRA. Macq. 
P. americana, Macq. 

The Tachinid fauna of New Jersey, will, wheii studied, 
develop many times the number of species above listed. The 
imperfection of the list is caused not only by the fact that few of 
the species are recorded from New Jersey, but also because the 
entire family is very incompletely worked up. 



Family DEXID^. 

DBXIA, Meigen. 
D. cerata, Walk. 

D. harpasa, Walk. 

D. punctata, R. Desv. 

SBRIOOOER^, Macq. 
S. pictipennis, Macq. 

MELANOPHORA, Meigen. 
M. roralis, Linn. 

MICRO PHTH ALMA, Macq. 
M. nigra, Macq. 



Family SARCOPHAGID^. 

SAROOPHAGA, Meigen. 



S. carnaria, Linn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
S. consobrina, R. Desv. 
S. georgina, Wied. 



Family MUSCID^. 

STOMOXYS, Geoffr. 
S. calcitrans, Linn. 

Common everywhere in the State, and a great pest to cattle. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 393 

H^MATOBIA, R. Desv. 
H. serrata, E. Desv. 

The "Horn Fly," "Buffalo Fly" or "Texas Fly." Has 
invaded all the southern and western counties, and is travelling 
east and north. 

IDIA, Meigen. 
I. viridis, Wied. 

MBSEMBRINA, Meigen. 
M. resplendens, Wahlb. 

CALLIPHORA, R. Desv. 
C. erythrocephala, Meigen. 
C. vomitoria, Linn. ^ 

Common all over the State. Caldwell — Crane. 

POLLENIA, R. Desv. 
P. rudis, Fabr. 

Not rare in houses in September. Less common earlier in the 

season. 

LUCILIA, R. Desv. 
L. brunnicosa, R. Desv. 
L. csesar, Linn. 

Common throughout the State. 
L. consobrina, Macq. 
L. cornicina, Fabr. 
L. fraterna, Macq. 
L. macellaria, Fabr, 
L. philadelphica, R. Desv. 

PYRELLIA, R. Desv. 
P. cadaverina, Linn. 

MUSCA, Linn. 
M. domestica, Linn. 

The common House Fly, abundant everywhere. 



394 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CYRTONBURA, Macq. 
O. stabulans, Fall. 

MYOSPILA, Rond. 
M. meditabunda, Fabr. 



Family ANTHOMYID^. 

ARIOIA, R. Desv. 
A. morioides, Zett. 

SPILOGASTER, Macq. 
S. angelicse, Meigen. z 

S. urbana, Meigeri. 

HYDROXY A, R. Desv. 
H. armipes, Fall. 

H. dentipes, Meigen. 

OPHYRA, R. Desv. 
O. leucostoma, Wied. 

LIMNOPHORA, R. Desv. 
L. diaphana, Wied. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
L. stygia, Meigen. 

ANTHOMYIA, Meigen. 
A. brassicae, Bouch6 

On Cabbage. Locally very common and destructive. 
A. canipestris, R. Desv, 

A. ceparum, Meigen. 

On Onions. Locally common and injurious. 
A. raphani, Harris. 

On Radishes. Not reported in 1889. 
A. zeas, Riley. 

Injures Corn. Not recorded from New Jersey as yet. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 395 



HOMALOMYIA, Bouche. 
H. canicularis, Linn. 
H. manicata, Meigen. 
H. scalaris, Fabr. 
H. tetracantha, Lw. 

LISPE, Latr. 
Ij. uliginosa, Fallen. 

CCENOSIA, Meigen. 
C. calopyga, Lw. 

C. nivea, Lw. 

0. fuscopunctata, Macq. 



Family CORDYLURIDiE. 

CORDYLURA, Fallen. 
C. adusta, Lw. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

C. biniaculata, Lw. 

C. iatifrons, Lw. 

C pleuritica, Lw. 

C. terminalis, Lw. 

SOATOPHAGA, Meigen. 

S. squalida, Meigen. 

PUCELLIA, R Desv. 
P. fucorum, Fallen. 



Family HFLOMYZIDiE. 

HBLOMYZA., Fallen. 



H. lateritia, Lw. 
H. longipennis, Lw. 
H. pkimata, Lw. 



396 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CBCOTHECA, Lw. 
CE. fenestralis, Fallen. 



Family SCIOMYZID-ffi. 

SOIOMYZA., Fallen. 
S. albocostata, Fallen. 
S. luctifera, Lw. 
S. nana, Fallen. 
S. obtusa, Fallen. 
S. pubera, Lw. 
S. tenuipes, Lw. 
S. vittata, Haliday. 

TBTANOCERA, Latr. 
T. arcuata, Say. 
T. combinata, Lw. 
T. flavescens, Lw. 
T. pallida, Lw. 
T. pictipes, Lw. 
T. plebeja, Lw. 
T. plumosa, Lw. 
T. saratog-ensis. Fitch. 
T. sparsa, Lw. 



DRYOMYZA., Fallen. 



D. anilis, Fallen. 
D. eimplex, Lw. 



Family PSILID^. 

LOXOCBRA, Meigen. 



L. cylindrica. Say, 
L. pleuritica, Lw. 



p. lateralis, Lw. 
P. stern alls, Lw, 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 397 

PSILA, Meigen. 



Family MICROPEZID-ffi. 

CALOBATA, Meigen. 
C. antennipennis, Say. 

C. lasciva, Fabr. 



Family ORTALID^. 

PYRQOTA, Wied. 
P. undata, Wied. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
P. valida, Harris. 

AMPHICNBPHBS, Lw. 
A. pertusuB, Lw. 

RIVBLLIA, R. Desv. 
R. viridulans, R. Desv. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



CAMPTONEURA, Macq. 
C. picta, Fabr. 

IDANA, Lw. 

I. niarginata, Say. 

TBPHRONOTA, Lw. 
T. humilis, Lw. 

STICTOCEPHALA, Lw. 
S. cribrum, Lw. 

S. corticalis, Fitch. 

S. vau, Say. 



398 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CALLOPISTRIA, Lw. 

SEOPTERA, Kirby. 

EUXESTA, Lw. 

CH^TOPIS, Lw. 



C. annulipes, Macq, 
S. vibrans, Linn. 
E. notata, Wied. 
C. aenea, Wied. 



Family TRYPETID^. 

TRYPBTA, Meigen. 
T. fratria. Lw. 

T. suavis, Lw. 

T. longipennis, Wied. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
T. obliqua, Say. 
T. polita, Lw. 
T. cingulata, Lw. 

Recorded from Long Branch, New Jersey. 
T. pomonella, Walsh. 

Locally injurious to Apple, but seems confined to very few 
varieties. 

T. rotundipennis, Lw. 

T. sparsa, Wied. 

T. comma, Wied. 

T. latifrons, Lw, 

T. solidaginis, Fitch. 

T. alba, Lw. 

T. albidipennis, Lw. 

T. vernonise, Lw. 

T. seriata, Lw. , ^ 

T. angustipennis, Lw. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 399 



T. clathrata, L\v. 
T. geminata, Lw. 
T. bella, Fitch. 
T. feetiva, Lw. 



Family LOXCH^ID^. 

PALLOPTBRA, Fallen. 
P. superba, Lw. 

LONOH^A, Fallen. 
L. polita, Say. 

L. rufitarsis, Macq. 



Family SAPROMYZIDiE. 

SAPROMYZA, Fallen. 
S. compedita, Lw. 

S. fraterna, Lw. 

S. lupulina, Fabr. 

S. longipennis, Meigen. 

S. philadelphica, Lw. 

S. quadrilineata, Lw. 

S. vulgaris, Fitch. 

LAUXANIA, Latr. 
L. cylindricornis, Fabr. 
L. frontalis, Lw. 
L. gracilipes, Lw. 
L. manuleata, Lw. 
L. obscura, Lw. 



Family PHYCODROMIDiE. 

CCELOPA, Meigen. 
C. frigida. Fallen. 

C. nitidula, Zett. * 

Both species are common to Europe and North America. 



400 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Family HETERONEURIDiE. 

HETBRONBURA, Fallen. 
H. albimana, Meigen. 

Also common to Europe and North America. 



Family OPOMYZID^. 

OPOMYZA, Fallen, 
O. signicosta, Walk. 

SOYPHBLLA, R. Desv. 
S. flava, Linn. 



Family SEPSID^. 

SEPSIS, Fallen. 
S. similis, Macq. 

NBMOPODA, R. Desv. 
N. cylindrica, Fabr. 

N. minuta, Wied. 



Family PIOPHILDJE. 

PIOPHILA, Fallen. 



P. casei, Linn. 

The common " Cheese Mite." 
P. nigriceps, Meigen. 
P. petasionis, L. Duf. 



Family DIOPSIDiE. 

SPHYRA'CBPHALA, Say. 
S. brevicornis, Say. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 



401 



Family EPHYDRIDiE. 

DICHAETA, Meigen. 



D. brevicauda, Lw. 



NOTIPHILA, Fallen. 



N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 
N. 



bella, Lw. 
carinata, Lw. 
scalaris, Lw. 
unicolor, Lw. 
vittata. Lw. 



P. appendiculata, Lw. 



PARALIMNA, Lw. 



PSILOPA, Fallen. 



P. 
P. 

H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 
H. 

P. 

P. 

P. 
P. 
P. 
P. 
P. 



atra, Lw. 
scoriacea, Lw. 

formosa, Lw. 
hypoleuca, Lw. 
ischiaca, Lw. 
obscuriceps, Lw. 
scapularis, Lw. 
valida, Lw. 

debilis, Lw. 
fuecicornis, Lw. 



HYDRELLIA, R. Desv. 



PHILYGRIA, Stenb. 



PARYDRA, Stenh. 



abbreviata, Lw. 
bituberculata, Lw. 
breviceps, Lw. 
paullula, Lw. 
quadritriberculata, Lw. 



402 GEOLOGICAL SUEVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

BPHYDRA, Fallen. 
E. atrovirens, Lw. 

E. subopacus, Lw. 

E. obscuripes, Lw. 

SOATELLA, R. Desv. 
S. favillacea, Lw. 

S. lugens, Lw. 

S. quadrata, Fallen. 

C-ffiNIA, R. Desv. 
C. spinoea, Lw. 

ILYTHEA, Haliday. 
I. spilota, Curt. 



Family GEOMYZID^. 

DI AST ATA, Meigen. 



D. pulchra, Lw. 



Family DROSOPHILID^. 

PHORTIOA, Schiner. 
P. leucostoma, Lw. 

STBGANA, Meigen. 
S. hypoleuca, Meigen. 

S. nigra, Meigen. 

DROSOPHILA, Fallen. 
D. graminum, Fallen. 
D. quinaria, Lw. 
D. transversa, Fallen. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 403 

Family OSCINIDiE. 

GAURAX, Lw. 
G. anchora, Lw. 

G. festivus, Lw. 

OSCINIS, Latr. 
O. atriceps, Lw. 

O. dorsata, Lw. 

O. umbrosa, Lw. 

MEROMYZA, Meigen. 
M. americana, Fitch. 

Common throughout the State, but not injurious. 



SIPHONELLA, Macq. 
S. obesa, Fitch. 

CHLOROPS, Meigen. 
C. versicolor, Lw. 

C. crocota, Lw. 

C. grata, Lw. 



Family AGROMYZID^. 

LOBIOPTERA, Wahlb. 
L. arcuata, Lw. 

AULACIGASTER, Macq. 
A. rufitarsis, Macq. 

LEUCOPIS, Meigen. 
L. simplex, Lw. 

DESMOMETOPA, Lw. 
D. latipes, Meigen. 

AGROMYZA, Fallen. 
A. aeneiventris. Fallen. 
A. angulata, Lw. 



404 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

A. coronata, Lw. 
A. magnicornis, Lw. 
A. simplex, Lw. '' 

A. tritici, Fitch. 
A. virens, Lw. 

PHYLLOMYZA, Fallen. 
P. nitens, Lw. 



Family BORBORIDiE. 

BORBORUS, Meigen. 



B. equinuB, Fallen. 



G. arcuata, Meigen. 

P. atra, Fabr. 

P. fuscipes, Macq. 

P. rufipes, ]\reigen. 



Family PHORID-ffi. 

GYMNOPHORA, Macq. 

PHORA, Latr. 



Family HIPPOBOSCIDiE. 

OLFERSIA, Wied. 
O. americana, Leach. 

Lives on Bubo virginianus and Buteo horealis. 

O. albipennie, Say. 

Lives on Ardea herodias. 

O. ardese, Macq. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 



405 



O. avicularia, Linn. 
O. nebulosa, Say. 
O. pallida, Say, 
O. confluens, Say. 

L. depressa, Say. 

M. ovinus, Linn. 

H. equina, Linn. 



ORNITHOMYIA, Latr. 



LIPOPTENA, Nitsch. 



MELOPHAGUS, Latr. 



HIPPOBOSCA, Linn. 



Order ORTHOPTERA. 

For the list it this order, I am primarily indebted to Mr. Lawrence 
Bruner, the Entomologist of the Nebraska Experiment Station, and 
an authority in the present order. He is to be credited with the list 
in its entirety so far as systematic arrangement and general locality 
are concerned. I have, however, added Mr. Crane's authority for 
species taken by him, and have given also some notes of species taken 
by myself. I have also made use of Mr. William T. Davis' list of 
the Orthoptera of Staten Island for dates of appearance, and some- 
times for notes on habits. 

DERMAPTERA. 



Family rORFICULID-ffJ. 

FORFICULA, Linn. 
F. aculeata, Scudd. 

F. auricularia, Linn. 

The European " Ear Wig." . An introduced species. 



406 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

SPONGOPHORA, Serv. 
S. brunneipennis, Serv. 

ANISOLABTA, Pieb. 
A. maritima, Bon. 

Common near the steamboat pier at Sandy Hook,^but I found 

it nowhere else. This species was not on Mr. Bruner's list. 

• 

LABIA, Leach. 
L. minor, Linn. 

Common to this country and Europe. Not rare. Caldwell, 

rare — Crane. 



ORTHOPTERA. 

Family BLATTID^. 

PHYLLODROMIA, Serv. 
P. germanica, Linn. 

The common small cockroach, water bug or croton bug. 
Disgustingly common in some localities. 

P. borealis, Sauss. 

ISCHNOPTBRA, Burm. 
I. unicolor, Scudd. 

Under bark, June — Davis. 

I. pennsylvanica, Be G. 

Under bark, June — Davis. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

PERIPLANETA, Burm. 
P. orien talis, Linn. 

The "Black Beetle" or "Oriental Roach." A large, black 

species, common in houses around kitchen sinks. Newark, not 

common — Crane. 

P. americana, Linn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. New Brunswick, rare — Smith. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. * 407 

Family PHASMIDiE. 

DIAPHEROMERA, Gray. 
D. femorata, Say. 

The " Walking Stick." I have taken a few specimens of this 
peculiar creature. Caldwell, not common — Crane. 



Family MANTID^. 

STAGMOMANTIS, Scudd. 



S. Carolina, Burm. 
S. dimidiata, Burm. 



Family GRYLLID^. 

TRIDACTYLU8, Oliv. 
T. terminalis, Scudd. 
T. apicalis, Say. 

I took a specimen of one of these odd little crickets in Ocean 
county the present season. 

GRYLLOTALPA, Latr. 
G. borealis, Burm. 

The mole cricket. Lives in dams and along ditches, and has 

been recorded as injurious in potato fields. August — Davis. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 

G. Columbia, Scudd. 

Habits like the preceding. August — Davis. 

GRYLLUS, Linn. 
G. abbreviatus, Serv. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Common also on cranberry bogs, 
where it is supposed to eat into the fruit. 



408 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

G. luctuosus, Serv. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
G. pennsylvanicus, Burm. 

Newark, New Brunswick, Jamesburg, on cranberry bogs — 
Smith. 

G. neglectus, Scudd. 

Caldwell, common — Crane, sub nom. nige7\ Ocean county, 
on cranberry bogs — Smith. 

NEMOBIUS, Serv. 
N. fasciatus, De G. 

Jamesburg, on cranberry bogs — Smith. 

N. vittatus, Harris. 

Omitted by Mr. Bruner. Caldwell, common — Crane. Late 
June and July — Davis. 

N. exiguus, Say. 

In salt meadows, on Iva frutescens, in August — Davis. 

« 

ANAXIPHUS, Sauss. 
A. pulicarius, Sauss. 

Occurs in Pennsylvania and Delaware. It can })e added to 
the list with some doubt — Bruner. 

HAPITHUS, Uhl. 
H. agitator, Uhl. 

OROCHARIS, Uhl. 
O. saltator, Uhl. 

CEOANTHUS, Serv. 
CE. niveus, Serv. 

Common all over the State. Caldwell, common — Crane. 
CB. latipennis, Eiley. 

I have never taken a specimen of this. 

CE. fasciatus, Fitch. 

Newark, not rare — Smith. 
CE. angustipennis, Fitch, 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 409 

CE. bipunctatus, De G. 

Mr. Bruner does uot give these three species. Mr. Davis 
records them all from Staten Island. I have myself taken them 
in New Jersey. 



Family LOCUSTID^. 

CEUTOPHILUS, Scudd. 
C. maculatus, Harris. 

September — Davis. 

C. lapidicolus, Scudd. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

C. uhleri, Scudd. 

C. gracilipes, Hald. 

CYRTOPHYLLUS, Burm. 
C. concavus, Harr. 

The well-known katydid. It is heard in August all over the 
State. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

AMBLYCORYPHA, Stal. 
A. oblongifolia, De G. 
Newark. 

A. rotundifolia, Scudd. 

Both of these are found on Staten Island, in August — Davis. 

A. uhleri, Bruner. 

MICROCBNTRUM, Scudd. 
M. laurifolium, Linn. <^f^, 

M. retinervis, Burm._^— -^ 

^ Common on cranberry bogs. Does considerable damage by 
eating into berries. ^ 



410 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

SCUDDBRIA, Stal. 
S. furculata, Bruner. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Jamesburg, on cranberry bogs 
— Smith. 

S. pistillata, Bruner. 
S. angustifolia, Harr. 
S. curvicauda, De G. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. August 6th — Davis. James- 
burg, on cranberry bogs — Smith. 

S. furcata, Bruner. 

Jamesburg, on cranberry bogs — Smith. 

CONOCE3PHALUS, Thunb. 
C. ensiger, Harr. 

July 9th, on Staten Island — Davis. 
O. exilicanorus, Davis. 

In salt meadows, on Spartina — Davis. 
C. robustus, Scudd. 

Staten Island, in August — Davis. 
C. retusus, Scudd. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. This is not on Mr. Bruner's list. 
O. dissimilis, Serv. 

This is not on Mr. Bruner's list. Mr. Davis records it from 
Staten Island, in August, and it is very certain to occur with us. 

ORCHBLIMUM, Serv. 
O. vulgare, Harr. 

Staten Island, in July — Davis. Newark, Sandy Hook, James- 
burg — Smith. Common on cranberry bogs. 

O. glaberrimum, Burm. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
O. concinnum, Scudd. 

Staten Island, in July — Davis. 

O. agile, De G. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 411 

XIPHIDIUM, Serv. 
X. fasciatum, DeG. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. Staten Island, in August — Davis. 

Common at Jamesburg, on cranberry bogs — Smith. 

X. brevipenne, Scudd. 

Jamesburg, common on cranberry bogs — Smith. 

X. saltans, Scudd. (?) 

X. strictum, Scudd. (?) 

THYREONOTUS. Serv. 
T. dorsalis, Burm. 

T. pachymerus, Burm. 



Family ACRIDIDiE. 

OPOMALA, Serv. 
O. brachyptera, Scudd. 

TRUXALIS, Linn. 
T. brevicornis, Linn. 

SYRBULA, Stal. 
S. admirabilis, Uhl. 

This has been found in Delaware and in Pennsylvania, and 

will probably be found also in New Jersey — Bruner. 

CHRYSOCHRAON, Scudd. 
C. viridis, Scudd. 

I have taken this in Ocean and Monmouth counties, on cran- 
berry bogs — Smith. 

STBTHEOPHYMA, Fisher. 
S. lineata, Scudd. 



CHLOiUALTIS, Harr. 
O. conspersa, Harr. 

C. punctulata, Scudd. 



412 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

C. curtipennis, Hair. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

STBNOBOTHRUS, Fischer. 
S. maculipennis, Scudd. 

Ocean Grove, not common — Crane. I also found this on 
cranberry bogs. 

S. sequalis, Scudd. 

Jamesburg, on cranberry bogs, Sandy Hook — Smith. 
Var. bilineatus, Scudd. 
S, propinquum, Scudd. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. This species is not on Mr. 
Bruner's list. 

GOMPHOCBRUS, Thunb. 
G. carinatus, Scudd. 

Taken in Pennsylvania and Delaware, and will probably be 
found in New Jersey — Bruner. 

PAROXYA, Scudd. 
P. atlantica, Scudd. 

Newark, Anglesea, Jamesburg, on cranberry bogs — Smith. 

P. recta, Scudd. 

Jamesburg, on cranberry bogs — Smith. 

P. fioridana, Thos. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. This is not on Mr. Bruner's 
list. 

PBZOTETTIX, Burm. 
P. scudderi, Uhl. 

P. edax, Sauss. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. This is not on Mr. Bruner's 
list. 

MELANOPLUS, Stal. 
M. femur-rubrum, De G. 

Common everywhere in the State. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 413 

M. atlanis, Riley. 

M. bivittatus, Say. 

Caldwel], common — Crane. Common also on cranberry bogs 
in Ocean and Monmouth counties. 

M. collinus, Scudd. 

M. punctulatus, XJhl. 

I have taken this on cranberry bogs in Ocean county. 

ACRIDIUM, Burm. 
A. alutaceum, Harr, 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Common on cranberry bogs. 

A. rubiginosum, Harr. 

A. obscurum, Burm. 

Newark, Caldwell — Crane. 

SCHISTOOBROA, Stal. 
S. americana, Dru. 

Mr. Davis records this from Staten Island in November. 
Newark — Angleman. 

OHORTOPHAGA, Sauss. 
C. viridifasciata, De G. 

Var. virginiana, Fabr. 

Var. radiata, Harr. 

Var. infuscata, Harr. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. This insect in all its protean 
forms was very common this spring around and on cranberry 
bogs. It occurs throughout the State. 

BNCOPTOLOPHUS, Scudd. 

B. sordidus, Biirm. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Newark, New Brunswick — 
Smith. 



414 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

ARPHIA, Stal. 
A. sulphurea, Fabr. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. I have taken this also on cran- 
berry bogs. 

A. xanthoptera, Burm. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 

HIPPISCUS, SauBS. 
H. tuberculatus, Beauv. 

H. rugosus, Scudd. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

H. phcenicopterus, Germ. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. New Brunswick — Smith. 



PSINIDIA, Stal. 
P. fenestralis, Serv. 

Taken in August on Staten Island, by Mr. Davis. 

P. Bucerata, Uhl. 

Ocean Grove, common — Crane. Also taken on cranberry 
bogs. This species is not on Mr. Bruner's list. 



TRIMEROTROPIS, Stal. 
T. maritima, Hair. 

Ocean Grove, not common — Crane. Sandy Hook, in early 
August. Quite common and very shy. 

CIROOTETTIX, Scudd. 
C. verruculatus, Kirby. 

SPHARAGBMON, Scudd. 
S. aequale, Scudd. 

Ocean Grove, common — Crane. I have taken it on cranberry 
bogs at Jamesburg, not rarely. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 415 

S. bolli, Scudd. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
S. balteatum, Scudd. 

Jamesburg, on cranberry bogs. 
S. collare, Scudd. 

I have taken this on cranberry bogs at Jamesburg. It is not 
on Mr. Bruner's list. 

SCIRTETTICA, Bruner. 
S. marmorata, Harr. 

Ocean Grove, not rare — Crane. Jamesburg, rare — Smith. 

DISSOSTEIRA, Scudd. 
D. Carolina, Linn. 

Common throughout the State. 

f 

BATRICHIDEA, Serv. 
B. cristata, Harr. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

B, carinata, Scudd. 

Taken on Staten Island in April, by Mr. Davis. 

TETTIGIDEA, Scudd. 
T. lateralis, Say. 

Taken on Staten Island in April and May, by Mr. Davis. 

T. polymorpha, Burm. 

Taken by Mr. Davis, on Staten Island, April to August. 

TETTIX, Fischer. 
T. triangularis, Scudd. 

T. ornatus, Say. 

Caldwell, common— Crane. April to September — Davis. 

T. granulatus, Kirby. 

April to September, on Staten Island — Davis. 
T. cucullatus, Scudd. 



416 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JEESEY. 



Order HEMIPTERA. 

Any list of the species of this order must necessarily be largely 
tentative. There is not a single special collection of Hemiptera in 
the State, and few of the collectors ever pick up a specimen except 
where they mistake it for a beetle. The describers of species have 
therefore derived little of their material from this State, and seldom 
quote New Jersey among the localities. The result is that the list 
must be made up of those species known to occur on all sides of the 
State, and which may be therefore reasonably expected to be found 
with us. Mr. Crane's list and the few species taken by myself are 
the only positive records. 



Sub-Order HETEROPTERA. 

In this sub-order Uhler's Check List (Brooklyn, New York, 1886,) 
has been my guide, and I have included those species which are 
quoted from the United States generally, from the Atlantic States, 
and from the Eastern States, the latter term including the Middle 
States, in Mr. Uhler's nomenclature. 

Family SCUTELLERID^. 

HOM^MUS, Dallas. 
H. gra^mmious, Wolff. 
H. seneifrons. Say. 

CAMIRUS, Stal. 
C. porosus. Germ. 

ACANTHOLOMA, Stal. 

A. denticulata, Stal. 

BURYGASTBR, Lap. 

B. alternatus, Say, 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 417 

Family CORIMEL^NID^. 

CORIMEL^NA, White. 



C. atra, Am. & Serv. 
C. nitiduloides, Wolft'. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
C. lateralis, Fabr. 
C. pulicaria, Germ. 
C. marg-inella, Dall. 



Family CYDNID^. 

PANG^US, Stal. 
P. bilineatue, Say. 

MBLAN^THUS, Uhl. 
M. robustus, Uhl. 

M. picinus, Uhl. 

M. uhleri, Sign. 

AMNBSTUS, Dall. 
A. spinifrons, Say. 

A. pusillus, Uhl. 

LOBONOTUS, Uhl. 
L. anthracinus, Uhl. 

CANTHOPHORUS, Muls. et Rey. 
C cinctus, Beauv. 



Family PENTATOMIDiE. 

Sub-Family ASOPIN^. 

PBRILLUS, Stal. 



P. circunicinctus, Stal. 
P. exaptus, Say. 



418 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

RHACOGNATHUS, Fieb. 
R. americanus, Stal. 

ZIORONA, Am. et Serv. 
Z. cuprea, Dall. 

PODISUS, H-S. 
P. cynicus, Say. 

P. placidus, Uhl. 

P. serieventris, Ulil. 

P. spinosus, Dall. 

Caldwell, commoD — Crane. 
P. modestus, Dall. 
P. bracteatus, Fitch. 
P. politus, Uhl. 

LIOTROPIS, Uhl. 
L. humeralis, Uhl. 



Sub-Family HALYDIN^. 

PODOPS, Lap. 
P. cinctipes, Say. 

BROCHYMENA, Am. et Serv. 
B. arborea, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
B. quadripustulata, Fabr. 
B. annulata, Fabr. 
B. laticornis, Say. 



Sub-Family PENTATOMIN.*. 

^LIA, Fabr. 



A. americana, Dall. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 419 

NEOTTIGLOSSA, Kirby. 



N. undata, Say. 

N. trilineata, Kirby. 

COSMOPBPLA, Stal. 
C. carnifex, Fabr. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

CEBALUS, Stal. 
CE. pugnax, Fabr. 

MORMIDBA, Am. et Serv. 
M. lugens, Fabr. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

EUCHISTUS, Dall. 
E. fiseilis, Uhl. 

E. servus, Say. 

E. tristigmus, Say. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
E. variolaris, Pal. Beau v. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
E. ictericus, Linn. 

CCENUS, Dali. 
C. delius. Say. 

HYMBNARCYS, Am. et Serv. 
H. aequalis, Say. 
H. nervosa, Say. 

MENBCLBS, Stal. 
M. insertus, Say. 

LIODBRMA, Uhl. 
L. senilis, Say. 

L. belfragii, Stal. 

L. ligata. Say. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



420 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

TRICHOPEPLA, Stal. 
T. semivittata, Say. 
T. atricornis, Stal. 

PERIBALUS, Muls. 
P. limbolaris, Stal. 

THYANTA, Stal. 
T. custator, Fabr. 

NBZA.RA, Am. et Serv. 
N. pennsylvanica, De G. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
N. hilaris, Say. 

I have taken a few specimens of this. 

BAN ASA, Stal. 
B. dimidiata, Say. 

B. calva, Say. 



Sub-Family ACANTHOSOMIN^. 

ACANTHOSOMA, Curt. 



A. cruciata, Say. 
A. lateralis, Say. 
A. nebulosa, Kirby. 



Family COREIDiE. 

CHARIESTBRUS, Lap. 
O. antennator, Fabr. 

CORYNOCORIS, Mayr. 
C. typhaeus. Fabr. 
C. distinctus, Dnll. 

ARCHIMERUS, Burm. 
A. calearator, F'abr. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 421 

EUTHOOTHA, Mayr. 
E. galeator, Fabr. 

MBTAPODIUS, Westw. 
M. femoratus, Fabr. 

Caldwell, not commou — Crane. 
M. terminalis, Dall. 

LEPTOGLOSSUS, Guer. 
L. oppositus, Say. 

L. corculus, Mayr. 

ANASA, Am. et Serv. 
A. tristis, De G. 

The " Squash Bug." Common all over the State. Caldwell — 
Crane. 

ALYDUS, Fabr. 
A. calcaratus, Fabr. 
A. eurinus, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
A. pilosulus, H-S. 
A. quinquespinosus, Say. 
A. rufipes, Westw. 

PROTBNOR, Stal. 
P. belfragei, Hagl. 



Family BERYTIDiE. 

NEIDES, Latr. 
N. muticus, Say. 

JALYSUS, Stal. 
J. spinosus, Say. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 



422 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

HARMOSTES, Burm. 
H. reflexulus, Stal. 

Caldwell, rare — Craue. 
H. fraterculus, Say. 
H. obliquus, Say. 

CORIZUS, Fall. 
C. lateralis, Say. 
O. punctipennis, Dall. 
O. novae-boracensis, Sign. 
O. nigristernum, Sign. 
O. sidsB, Fabr. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



Family LYGiEIDJE].: 

NYSIUS, Dall. 
N. angustatus, Uhl. 

ORSILLACIS, Uhl. 
O. producta, Uhl. 

BBLONOCHILUS, Uhl. 

B. numenius, Say. 

ORSILLUS, Dall. 

0. scolopax, Say. 

ISCHNORHYNCHUS, Pieb. 

1. didymus, Zett. 

CYMUS, Hahn. 
O. luridus, Stal. 
O. angustatus, Stal. 

BLISSUS, Burm. 
B. leucopterus, Say. 

The "Chinch Bug." Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 423 

GEOCORIS, Fall. 



G. fuliginosus, Say. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
Gr. limbatus, Stal. 
G. griseus, Dall. 
G. borealis, Dall. 

CEDANCALA, Am. et Serv. 
CE. dorsalis, Say. 

CROPHIUS, Stal. 
C. disconotus, Say. 

LIGYROCORIS, Stal. 
L. sylvestris, Linn. 

L. constrictus, Say. 



M. serripes, Oliv. 

H. plebejus, Stal. 
H. insignis, Uhl. 

P. basalis, Dall. 
P. vicina, Dall. 

P. nodosa, S;iy. 
O. inavortius, Say. 



MYODOCHA, Latr. 
HER^US, Stal. 

PAMBRA, Say. 

PTOCHIOMBRA, Say. 

CNEMODUS, H-S. 

TRAPBZONOTUS, Fieb. 



T. nebulosus, Fall. 
T. rufipes, Stal. 

EMBLETHI3, Fieb. 
B. arenarius, Linn. 

PERITRECHUS, Fieb. 
P. fratemus, Uhl. 



424 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

QONIANOTUS, Pieb. 
G. marginepunctatus, Woltt". 



BREMOCORIS, Fieb. 
E. ferus, Say. 

MICROTOMA, Lap. 
M. carbonaria, Rossi. 

MBQALONOTUS, Fieb. 

M. unus, Say. 

THAUMASTOPUS, Fitch. 
T. alacris, Walk. 

PBLIOPELTA, Uhl. 
P. abbreviata, Uhl. 

MBLANOCORYPHUS, Stal. 
M. bicrucis, Say. 

LYG^US, Pabr. 
L. kalmii, Stal. 
L. turcicus, Fabr. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



ONCOPBLTUS, Stal. 
O. fasciatus, Dall. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 



Family PVRRHOCORIDiE. 

LARGUS, Hahn. 



L. succinctus, Linn. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 425 

Family CAPSID^. 

BRACHYTROPIS, Fieb. 



B. calcarata, Fall. 

TRIGONOTYLUS, Fieb. 
T. ruficornis, Fall. 

MIRIS, Fabr. 
M. afflnis, Rent. 
M. dorsalis, Say. 

LBPTOTERNA, Fieb. 
L. dolobrata, Linn. 

RESTHBNIA, Spin. 
R. insitiva, Say. 

R. nigricollis, Rent, 

R. ineignis, Say. 

R. circumcincta, Say. 

LOPIDEA, Uhl. 
L. media, Say. 
L. confluens, Say. 

PHYTOCORIS, Fabr. 
P. eximius, Rent. 
P. puella, Rent. 
P. pallidicornis, Reut. 
P. scrupeus, Say. 
P. colon, Say. 

NBUROCOLPUS, Reut. 
N. nubilus, Say. 
N. inops. Say. 

COMPSOCEROCORIS, Reut. 

C. annulicornis, Reut. 

DICHROOSCYTUS, Fieb. 

D. rufipennis. Fall. 



426 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CALOCORI3, Fieb. 
C. rapidus, Say. 

O. bipunctatus, Fabr. 

MBGACCELUM, Fieb. 
M. fasciatum, Uhl. 
M. grossum, Uhl. 

ONCOGNATHUS, Fieb. 
O. binotatus, Fabr. 

LYGUS, Hahn. 
L. pabulinus, Linn. 

L. lucoruna, Meyer. 

L. pratensis, Linn. 

L. belfragii, Reut. 

L. invitus, Say. 

L. chlorionis, Say, 

CACCOBAPHBS, Uhl. 
C, sanguinarius, Uhl. 

TROPIDOSTBPTBS, Uhl. 
T. cardinalis, Uhl. 

PCBOILOSOYTUS, Fieb. 
P. basalis, Reut. 

P. imbecillus, Say. 

P. geminus, Say. 

PCECILOOAPSUS, Reut. 
P. lineatus, Fabr. 

Common throughout the State. Caldwell, common — Crane. 
P. goniphorus, Say. 
P. aflBnis, Reut. 
P. marginalis, Reut. 

CAMPTOBROCHIS, Fieb. 
O. nebulosus, Uhl. 
C. grandis, Uhl. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 427 

DER^OCORIS, Kirsch. 



D. capillaris, Fabr. 

CAPSUS, Fabr. 
C. ater, Linn. 

PAMEROCORIS, Uhl. 
P. anthocoroides, Uhl. 

MONALOCORIS, Dahl. 
M. filicis, Linn. 

BRYOCORIS, Fall. 
B. pteridis, Fall. 

HYALIODES, Reut. 
H. vitripennis, Say. 

STHBNAROPS, Uhl. 

S. chloris, Uhl. 

S. malinus, Uhl. 

ILNACORA, Reut. 
I. stalii, Eeut. 

PILOPHORUS, Hahn. 

P. bifasciatus, Fabr. 

P. confusue, Kirsch. 
P. walshii, Uhl. 

MALACOCORIS, Fieb. 
M. irroratus, Say. 

GLOBICEPS, Latr. 
G. fiavomaculatus, Fabr. 

NABIDBA. Uhl. 
N. coracina, Uhl. 

EUCEROCORIS, Westw. 
B. guttulatus, Uhl. 

GARGANUS, Stal. 
G. fusiformis, Say. 



428 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY, 

STIPHROSOMA, Fieb. 
S. stygica, Saj'. 

HALTIOUS, Burm. 
H. bractatus, Say. 

IDOLOOORIS, D. & Sc. 
I. famelicus, Uhl. ' 

ORBCTODERUS, Uhl. 
O. obliquus, Uhl. 

CYLAPUS, Say. 
C. tenuicornis, Say. 

ONCOTYLUS, Fieb. 
O. decolor, Fall. 

RHINACLOA, Reut. 
R. forticornis, Rent. 

PSALLUS. Fieb. 
P. delicatus, Uhl. 

EPISCOPUS, Reut. 
E. ornatus, Reut. 

Not rare in Ocean county. 

PLAGIOGNATHUS, Fieb. 
P. grandis, Reut. 
P. obscurus, Uhl. 

AGALLIA8TBS, Fieb. 
A. verbasci, H-S. 



Family ACANTHIIDiE. 

LYCTOCORIS, Hahn. 



L. fltchii, Reut. 

L. americanus, Dall. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 429 

TRIPHLBPS, Fieb. 



T. insidiosus, Say. 

Common on grasses throughout the State. 



CARDIASTBTHUS, Fieb. 
C. luridellus, Fieb. 

C. pergandei, Reut. 

ANTHOCORIS, Say. 
A. musculus, Say. 

A. antevolens, White. 

ACANTHIA, Fabr. 
A. lectularia, Linn. 

The "Bed Bug." Found throughout the State. Caldwell, 
com mon — Crane. 



Family TINGITID-^J. 

PIESMA, St. Farg. et Serv. 
P. cinerea, S;iy. 

CORYTHUCA, Stal. 
O. ciliata, Say. 

O. juglandis, Fitch. 

LEPTOSTYLA, Stal. 
L. oblonga, Say. 

L. tabida, H-S. 

PHYSATOCHILA, Fieb. 
P. plexa, Say. 

LEPTOYPHA, Stal. 
L. mutica, Say. 



430 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

TINGIS, Fabr. 
T. clavata, Stal. 

T. lurida, Stal. 

T. uniformis, Stal. 



TELEONEMIA, Costa. 



T. elongrata, Uhl. 



Family ARADIDiE. 

ARADUS, Fabr. 
A. aequalis, Say. 

A. similis, Say. 

A. acutue, Say. 

A. quadrilineatus, Say. 

A. rectus, Say. 

A. tuberculifer, Kirby. 

A. affinis, Kirby. 

A. inornatus, Uhl. 

BRACHYRHYNOHUS, Lap. 

B. granulatus, Say. 
B. simplex, Uhl. 

ANEURUS, Curt. 
A. inconstans, Uhl. 
A. simplex, Uhl. 



Family PHYMATID^. 

PHYMATA, Latr. 
P. wolffli, Stal. 

P. erosa, Guer. 

Common throughout the State in my experience. Caldwell- 
Crane. 

MACRO CEPH ALUS, Swed. 
M. cimicoides, Swed. 



N. fusca, Stein. 
P. nitida, Stal. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 431 

Family XABIDiE. 

NABIS, Latr. 

PAGASA, Stal. 



CORISCUS, Schrank. 
0. subcoleoptratus, Kirby. 
C. pallescens, Keut. 
C. annulatus, Rent. 
C rufusculus, Rent. 
C. ferus, Linn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
C. kalmii. Rent. 
C. roseipennis, Rent. 
C. punctipee, Rent. 
O. propinquus, Rent. 
C. vicarius, Rent. 



Family REDUVIID^. 

SINEA, Am. et Serv. 
S. diadema, Fabr. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

ACHOLLA, Stal. 
A. multispinosa, De G. 

PRIONIDUS, Uhl. 
P. cristatus, Linn. 

A southern species, taken at Sandy Hook, in August. Co'm- 
mon at Jamesburg — Angleman. I have also taken it there. 



432 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

MILYAS, Stal. 
M. cinctus, Fabr. 

Caldwell, rare — Craue. 

APIOMBRUS, Hahii. 
A. crassipes, Fabr. 

MBLANOLESTES, Stal. 
M. picipes, H-S. 

M. abdominalis, H-S. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

OPSICaB3TUS, Klug. 
O. personatus, Linn. 

PYGOLAMPIS, Germ. 
P. sericea, Stal. 

ONCBROTRACHELUS, Stal. 
O. acuminatus, Say. 



Family EMESID^. 

BMESA, Fabr. 
B. longipes, De G. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

BARGE, Stal. 
B. annulipes, Stal. 

B. simplicipes, Uhl. 

OBRASCOPUS, Heinek. 
O. errabundus, Say. 



L. lineata, Say. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 433 

Family LIMNOBATID^. 

LIMNOBATES, Burm. 



Family HYDROBATID^. 

HYGROTRBCHUS, Stal. 
H. remigis, Say. 
H. conformis, Uhl. 

LIMNOTRBCHUS, Stal. 

L. marginatus, Say. 

LIMNOPORUS, Stal. 
L. rufoscutellatus, Latr. 



STBPHANIA, White. 
S. picta, H-S. 

METROBATES, Uhl. 

M. hesperius, Uhl. 



Family VELIID^. 

HEBRUS, Curtis. 
H. americanus, Uhl. 
H. ptieillus, Burn). 

MBSOVBLIA, Mule. 
M. bisignata, Uhl. 

RHAGOVBLIA, Mayr. 

R, obesa, Uhl. 

2c 



434 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Family SALDIDiE. 

SALDA, Fabr. 
S. ligata, Say. 
S. confluens, Say. 
S. pellita, Uhl. 
S. sphacelata, Uhl. 
S. coreacea, Uhl. 
S. anthracina, Uhl, 
S. littoralis, Linn. 
S. lug-ubris, Say. 
S. deplanata, Uhl. 
S. interstitialis, Say. 
S. reperta, Uhl. 
S. orbiculata, Uhl. 
S. humilis, Say. 
S. saltatoria, Linn. 
S. separata, Uhl. 



Family GALGULIDiE. 

PBLOGONUS, Latr. 
P. americanus, Uhl. 

GALGULUS, Latr. 
G. oculatus, Fabr. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



Family NAUCORID^. 

PBLOCORIS, Stal. 
P. femorata, Pal. Beauv. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 435 

Family BZLOSTOMATIDiE. 

ZATTHA, Am. et Serv. 
Z. fluminea, Saj'. 

Z. aurantiacum, Leidy. 

BELOSTOMA, Auct. 
B. americanum, Leidy. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



BBNACUS, Stal. 
B. griseus, Say. 



Family XFPIDiE. 

NEPA, Fabr. 



N. apiculata, Uhl. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



RANATRA, Fabr. 
R. fusca, Pal. Beauv. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



Family NOTONFCTIDiE. 

NOTONBCTA, Linn. 



N. insulata, Kirby. 

N. undulata, Say. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
N. irrorata, Uhl. 
N. punctata. Fieb. 



436 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

ANISOPS, Spin. 
A. platycnerais, Fieb. 

PLEA, Leach. 
P. striola, Fieb. 



Family CORISID.S. 

CORISA, Geoff. 



C. calva, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Craue. 

C. tarsalis, Fieb. 
C. signata, Fieb. 
C. hieroglyphica, Duf. 
C. verticalie, Fieb. 
O. burraeisteri, Fieb. 
C. interrupta, Say. 
C. erichsonii. Fieb. 
C. limitata, Fieb.. 
O. stigmatica, Fieb. 
O. alter nata, Say. 
C. harrisii, Uhl. 
C. kennicottii, Uhl. 



Sub-Order HOMOPTERA. 

In this sub-order, Mr. W. H. Ashraead kindly furnished the 
material. I know of absolutely no published list that would have 
been useful, and Mr. Ashmead's contribution is therefore an extremely 
valuable one. I have made but few additions to the list, and have 
added only Mr. Crane's records, and some notes of my own on species 
taken or observed by me. Mr. Ashraead is therefore authority for 
the entire list except for these few comments. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 437 

Mr. Ashmead suggests that the list will be very much enlarged in 
the AphididcF and Coccidoe, aud the same is probably true of all other 
families in the sub-order. 



Family CICADIDiE. 

Sub-Family CICADIN-S:. 

TETTIGIA, Am. et Serv. 
T. hieroglyphica, Say. 

TIBICBUS, Latr. 
T. septendecim, Linn. 

The "Seventeen-year Locust " or " Periodical Cicada.'' Occurs 
at intervals in all parts of the State. 



CICADA, Linn. 
C. auletus, Germ. 

C. variegatus, Fabr. 

C. striatipes, Hakl. 

C. pruinosa, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. The " Dog-day Harvest FJy.'' 
Common throughout the State. 



Family FULGORIDiE. 

Stib-Family ACONONIN^ff:. 

ACONONIA, Am. et Serv. 
A. serveiilei, Spin. 

CHLOROCHARA, Stal. 
C. vivida, FaLir. 



438 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Sub-Family FLATIN^. 

ORMENIS, Stal. 
O. pruinosa, Say. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. I have found it not uncommon near 
New Brunswick. 

PLATA, Fabr. 
F. conica, Say. 

PCBCILOPTERA, Latr. 
P. nova, Say. 

P. septentrionalis, Spin. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



AMPHISCEPA, Germ. 
A. bivittata, Say. 

I have taken this, not rarely, in the sweep net. 



Sub-Family ISSINJE. 

. ISSUS, Fabr. 
I. aciculatus, Uhl. 

BRUCHOMORPHA, Newn. 
B. oculata, Newn. 

NASO, Fitch. 

N. robertsonii, Fitch. 



Sub-Family CALOSCELIN^. 

PHYLLOSCELIS, Germ. 



P. atra, Germ. 

P. pallescens, Germ. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 



439 



Sab-Family DITYOPHORINiE. 

SOOLOPS, Schaum. 
S. sulcipes, Say. 

I have taken this, not frequently, in Ocean county. 



MONOPSIS, Spin. 



M. tabida, Spin. 



Sub-Family FULGORIN^. 

CALYPTOPROCTUS. Spin. 



C. (?) elegans, Oliv. 



Sub-Family CIXIINiE. 



OTIOCERUS, Kirby. 



O. coquerbertii, Kirby. 
O. degeerii, Kirby. 
O. signoretii, Fitch. 
O. stollii, Kirby. 
O. wolfii, Kirby. 

A. bonnellii, Kirby. 
A. robertsonii, Fitch. 
A. westwoodii, Fitch. 

C. cinctifrons, Fitch. 
C. coleopenne, Fitch. 
C. albicincta, Germ. 
C. impunctatus, Fitch. 
C. pini, Fitch. 



ANOTIA, Kirby. 



CIXIUS, Latr. 



440 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY, 

C. 5-lineatus, Sta). 
C. stigniatus, Say. 
C. vicarius, Walk. 



D. annulata, Fitch. 
D. albipes, Fitch. 
D. arvensis, Fitch. 
D. bicolor, Fitch. 
D. dorsalis, Fitch. 
D. tricarinata, Say. 



Snlj-Family DELPHACIN.«:. 

DBLPHAX, Pabr. 



Family MEMBRACID^. 

Sub-Family CENTROTIN-ff:. 

MICROCENTRUS, Stal. 



M. caryee, Fitch 



Sub-Family MEMBRACIN.S. 

ENCHENOPA, Am. et Serv. 
B. curvata, Fabr. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Common throughout the State. 

B. binotata, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



Sub-Family HOPLOPHORINJE. 

PLATYCOTIS, Stal. 



P. quadrivittata, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
P. vittata, Fabr. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 441 

Sub-Family SMILIINi£. 

STICTOCEPHALA, Stal. 

S. inermis, Fabr. 

S. festina, Say. 

CERESA, Am. et Serv. 
C. brevicornis, Fitch. 

C. bubulus, Fabr. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. Common throughout the State. 

C. diceros, Say. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



BUTYLIA, Burm. 
B. sinuata, Fabr. 

PUBLILIA, Stal. 
P. concava, Say. 

SMILIA, Germ. 
S. camelus, Fabr. 

S. vau, Say. 

S. vittata, Am. et Serv. 



CYRTOSIA, Fitch. 
C, fenestrata, Fitcb. 

C marmorata, Say. 

THELIA, Am. et Serv. 
T. acuminata, Linn. 

T. bfclligera, Say. 

T. bimaculata, Fabr. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 

T. crateeg-i. Fitch. 

T. quercus, Fitch. 

T. univittata, Harris. 



442 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

TBLA.MONA, Fitch. 
T. ampelopsidis, Harr. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
T. concava, Fitch. 
T. coryli, Fitch. 
T. fagi, Fitch. 
T. querci, Fitch. 
T. reclivata, Fitch. 
T. tristis, Fitch. 
T. unicolor, Fitcli. 

A. galeator, Fabr. 



ARCHASIA, Stal. 



O. arcuata, Say. 

O. mera, Say. 

O. salamandra, Fairin. 



Sub-Family DARNINJE. 

OPHI DERMA, Fairm. 



Family CERCOPIDiE. 

Sub-Family CERCOPINiE. 

MONBCPHORA, Am. et Serv. 



M. bicincta, Say. 



Sub-Family APHROPHORIN.9:. 

LEPYRONIA, Am. et Serv. 
L. quadrangularis, Say. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 443 

APHROPHORA, Qerm. 



A. parallela, Say. 

A. quadrinotata, Say. 

PHIL^NUS, Stal. 
P. bilineatus, Say. 

P. lineatus, Linn. 

P. sarogotensis, Fitch. 

P. spumaria, Germ. 

CLOSTOPTERA, Germ. 
C. achatina, Germ. 

C. pini, Fitch. 
C. proteus, Fitch. 
C. obtuea, Say. 
C. testacea, Fitch. 

Caldwell, common — Craue. 
O. xanthocephala, Germ. 



Sub-Family LEDRINJE. 

LEDRA, Fabr. 



L. perdita, Am. et Serv. 



Snb-Family GLYPONINJE. 

XEROPHLCEA, Germ. 
X. viridis, Fabr. 

GLYPONA, Germ. 
G. flavilineata, Fitch. 

G. octolineata, Say. 

G-. scarlatina, Fitch. 



444 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY 

PAROPHOLIS, Uhl. 
P. peltata, Uhl. 

PENTHIMIA, Germ. 
P, atra, Fubr. 

P. americana, Fitch. 



Sub-Family TETTIQONINiE. 

PROCONIA, Serv. 
P. COStalis, Fabr, 

ONCOMETOPIA, Stal. 
O. obtusa, Fabr. 

O. orbona, Fabr. 

O. undata, Fabr. 

Of this latter I have taken a few specimens. 

HOMALODISOA, Stal. 
H. coagulata, Say. 

AULACIZES, Am. et Serv. 
A. irrorata, Fabr. 

DIEDROCEPHALA, Spin. 
D. coccinea, Forst. • 

D. flaviceps, Riley. 
D. moUipes, Say. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. I have found it generally 
distributed and quite common. 

HBLOOHARA, Fitch. 
H. communis, Fitch. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



EVACANTHUS, Serv. 

E. orbitalis, Fitch. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 445 

TETTIGONIA, Fabr. 



T. bifida, S:iy. 

T. trifaeciata, Say. 

T. tripunctata, Fitch. 



Sub-Family ACOCEPHALINiE. 

AOOCEPHALA. Germ. 
A. solidaginis, Harr. 

HECALUS, Stal. 
H. fenestratus, Uhl. 

PARABOLOCRATUS, Fieb. 
P. viridie, Uhl. 

SBLBNOCEPHALUS, Germ. 
S. vitillinus, Fitch. 

PLATYMETOPIUS, Burm. 
P. acutus, Say. 

P. albonotatus, Fitch. , 



Family BYTHOSCOPIDiE. 

PBDIOPSIS, Burm. 
P. trimaculatus, Fitch. 
P. viridis, Fitch. 

BYTHOSCOPUS, Germ. 
B. pallidus, Fitch. 

B. seminudus, Say. 

AGALLIA, Curt. 
A. sanguinolenta, Prov. 
A. quadripunctata, Prov. 

Common on cranberry bogs in Burlington and Monmouth 
counties. 



446 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY, 

IDIOOERUS, Lewis. 
I. alternata, Fitch. 

I. lachrymalis, Fitch. 

I. maculipennis, Fitch. 

I. suturalis, Fitch. 



Family JASSIDiE. 

Sub-Family JASSINJE. 

CGELIDBA, Germ. 
C. olitoria, Say. 

C. subb.ifaeciata, Say. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

ATHY3ANUS, Burm. 
A. fenestratus, Fitch. 
A. minor, Fitch. 
A. nigrinasi, Fitch. 
A. variabilis, Fitch. 

A. striatulus, Fallen. 
^ Common on cranberry bogs everywhere. 



JASSUS, Fabr. 
J. clitellarius, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

J. irroratus, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

J. inimicus, Say. 

J. unicolor, Fitch. 

DBLTOCBPHALUS, Burm. 
D. eayi, Fitch. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 447 

ERYTHRONBURA, Fitch. 



E, comes, Say. 
E. vitie, Harris. 

The common leaf hopper of the Grape. 
B. vulnerata, Fitch. 

EMPOA, Fitch. 
E. querci, Fitch. 

E. rosae, Harris. 

E. tabse, Harris. 



T. afflnis, Fitch. 
T. tricincta, Fitch. 



Sub-Family TYPHLOCIBIN.a:. 

TYPHLOCYBA, Germ. 



L. maculipennis, Fitcli. 
L. vernalis, Fitch. 



Tamily PSYLLIDiE. 

Sub-Family LIVIIN-ffi. 

LIVIA, Latr. 



A. ilicis, Ashm. 



Sub-Family APHALARIN^. 

APHALARA, Forst. 



Sub-Family PSYLLIN^. 

CALOPHYA, Lw. 



C. nigripennis, Riley. 

On Rhus sp. ; quite common. 



448 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

PSYLLA, Geoffr. 
P. annulata, Fitch. 

P. carpini, Fitch. 

P. quadrilineata, Fitch. 

PAOHYPSYLLA, Riley. 
P. celtidis-mama, Riley. 
P. venusta, 0. S. 

BLASTOPHYSA, Riley. 
B. c-gemma, Riley. 



T. diospyri, Ashm. 
T. tripunctata, Fitch. 



Suli-Faniily TRIOZIN^. 

TRIOZA, Forst. 



Family APHIDID^. 

Snli-Family APHIDINiE. 

SIPHONOPHORA. Koch. 
S. asclepiadis, Fitch. 
S. liriodendrie, Mon. 
S. pisi, Kalt. 
S. rudbeckiae, Fitch. 
S. rosae, Linn. 
S. rubi, Kalt. 
S. sonchi, Linn. 
S. ealicicola, Thos. 
S. viticola, Thos. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 449 

PHORODON, Pass. 
P. humuli, Schrank. 

The hop plant-louse. Occurs wherever Hop and Plum grow. 

RHOPALOSIPHUM, Koch. 
R. berberidis, Fitch. 

MEGOURA, Buckt. 
M. solani, Thos. 

MYZUS, Pass. 
M. cerasi, Fabr. 

DRBPANOSIPHUM, Koch. 
D. quercifolii, Walsh. 

APHIS, Linn. 
A. brassicae, Linn. 

The cabbage plant-louse. Common everywhere. 

A. cornifoliae, Fitch. 

A. cratsegeifolise. Fitch. 

A. diospyri, Thos. 

A. mali, Fabr. 

A. malifoliae, Fitch. 

A. maidis, Fitch. 

A. pinicolens, Fitch. 

A. pruni, Koch. 

A. prunifoliae, Fitch. 

A. rumicis, Linn. 

A. galicicola, Thos. 

A. sanibuci, Linn. 

A. sambucifoliee, Fitch. 



Sub-Family CALLIPTERIN^. 

MONELLIA, OestL 



M. caryella, Fitch. 

3d 



I 



450 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

CALLIPTBRUS, Koch. 
C. betulaecolens, Fitch. 
C. castanese, Fitch. 



Sub-Family liACHNINJE. 

LACHNUS, Burm. 



L. abietis, Fitch. 
L. alnifolii, Fitch. 
L. laricifex, Fitch. 
L. quercifolise, Fitch. 
L. strobi, Fitch. 
L. salicelis, Fitch. 

P. fagi, Linn. 



PHYLLAPHIS, Koch. 



Suli-Family SCHIZONEURIN^. 

SCHIZONEURA, Hart. 
S. americana, Riley. 

S. imbricator, Fitch. 

S. lanigera, Hausm. 

S. strobi, Fitch. 

S. ulmi, Linn. 

S. tessellata, Fitch. 

GLYPHINA, Koch. 
G. vilmicola, Fitch. 

VACUNA, Heyd. 
V. spinosus, Shinier. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 451 

Sub-Family PEMPHIGIN^. 

PEMPHIGUS, Hart. 



P, populicaulis, Fitch. 
P. populiglobuli, Fitch. 
P. populivense, Fitch. 
P. rhois, Fitch. 



C. laricifolise, Fitch. 
C. pinifoliae, Fitch. 



Sub-Family CHERMESINiE. 

CHBRMES, Linn. 



Sub-Family PHYLLOXERINiE 

PHYLLOXERA, Fonsc. 
P. caryse-caulis. Fitch. 

P. caryse-folisB, Fitch. 
P. caryae-venae. Fitch. 
P. vastatrix. Planch. 



Family ALEURODIDiE. 

ALEURODES, Am. et Serv. 
A. abutilonea, Hald. 
A. brassicse. Walk. 
A. corni, Hald. 



Family COCCID-ffi. 

Sub-Family COCCINJE. 

DACTYLOPIUM, Costa. 
D. adonidum, Linn. 

PSEUDOCOOCUS, Westw. 
P. aceris, Geoff. 



452 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

Sub-Family LECANIN^. 

ORTHBZIA, Am. et Serv. 
O. americana, Walk. 

PULVINARIA, Targ-Toz. 
P. innumerabilis, Rathv. 
P. vitis, Linn. 

LBOANIUM, Burm. 
L. cerasifex, Fitch. 

L. fitchii, Sign. 

L. hesperidum, Linn. 

L jug-landis, Bouche. 

L. persicse, Fabr. 

L. quercicitronis, Fitch. 



Sub-Family DIASPINJE. 

ASPIDIOTUS, Bouche. 
A. abietis, Comst. 

A. ancylus, Putn. 

A. betulae, Barensp. 

A. juglans-regiae, Comst. 

DIASPIS, Bremi. 
D. circularis, Fitch, 

D. rosse, Sandb. 

LEPIDOSAPHBS, Shimer. 
L. pocQorura, Bouch6. 



CHIONASPIS, Sign. 



O. furfurus, Fitch. 
C. pinifolii, Fi.teh. 
C. salicis, £inn. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 453 



Order NEUROPTERA. 

Family T£RMITID^. 

TBRMBS, Linn. 
T. flavipes, KoU. 

Common throughout the State. Caldwell, common — Crane. 



Family PSOCIDiE. 

ATROPOS, Leach. 
A. divinatorius, Fabr. 

Is common throughout the State. 

PSOCUS, Latr. 
P. signatus, Hagen. 

P. pumilis, Hagen. 

P. venosus, Burm. 

P. contaminatus, Hagen. 

P. stria tus, Walk. 

P. quietus, Hagen. 

P. madidus, Hagen. 

P. salicis, Fitch. 



P. regalis, Newn. 
P. nobilis, Hagen. 



Family PERLIDiE. 

PTERONARCYS, Newn. 



454 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

PBRLA, Geoff. 
P. abnormis, Newn. 

P. arida, Hagen. 

P. coulonii, Pictet. 

P. tristis, Hagen. 

P. capitata, Pictet. 

P. similis, Hagen, 

P. xanthenes, Xewn. 

P. occipitalis, Pictet. 

P. placida, Hagen. 

P. ephyre, Newn. 

ISOPTERYX, Pictet. 
I. cydippe, Newn. 

CAPNIA, Pictet. 
C. pygmaea, Barm. 

T^NIOPTBRYX, Pictet. 
T. fasciata, Burm. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
T. similis, Hagen. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
T. maura, Pictet. 

NEMOURA, Pictet. 
N. albidipennis, Walk. 

LEUCTRA, Stephens. 
L. tenuis, Pictet. 



Family EPHEMERIDiE. 

PALINGENIA, Burm. 



P. bilineata, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
P. limbata, Serv. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 455 

EPHEMERA, Linn. 



E. decora, Walk. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

BAETIS, Leach. 
B. vicaria, Walk. 

B. obesa, Say. 

Caldwell, not rare — Crane. 
B. fusca, Walk. 

Caldwell, not rare — Crane. 
B. canadensis, Walk. 

Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
B. noveboracana, Licht. 

POTAMANTHUS, Fictet. 
P. concinnus. Walk. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
P. nebulosus, Walk. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 



CLOB, Leach. 
C. unicolor, Hagen. 

C. vicina, Hagen. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



C^NIS, Stephens. 
C. arnica, Hagen. 



Family ODONATA. 

Sub-Family CALOPTERYGINJE. 

CALOPTBRYX, Leach. 



C. apicalis, Burni, 
O. maculata, Beauv, 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



456 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

C. virgiaica, Dru. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



HBT^RINA, Hagen. 
H. americana, Fabr. 

H. tricolor, Burm. 



Snb-Family AGRIONINi£. 

LESTES, Leach. 
L. rectang-ularis, Say. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

L. congener, Hagen. 

L. eurina, Say. 

L. unguiculata, Hagen. 

Recorded from Bergen Hill, New Jersey. 

L. hamata, Hagen. 

Recorded from Bergen Hill, New Jersey. 

AGRION, Fabr. 
A. Irene, Hagen. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

A. iners, Hagen. 

New Jersey specimens in Collection American Entomological 
Society. 

A. ramburii, Selys. 

Recorded from Bergen Hill, New Jersey. 

^ A. hastatum, Say. 

Recorded from Bergen Hill, New Jersey. 

/^ A. saucium, Burm. 

'' A. civile, Hagen. 

A. violaceum, Hagen. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 457 



A. apicale, Say. 

A. aspersum, Hagen. 

Recorded from Bergen Hill, New Jersey. 



Sub-Family GOMPHIN-S:. 

QOMPHUS, Leach. 
G. armatus, Selys. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
G. adelphus, Selys. 
G. fraternus, Say. 
G. spicatus, Hagen. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
G. exilis, Selys. 

HAGENIUS, Selys. 
H. brevistylus, Selys. 

CORDULEGASTBR, Leach. 

C. maculatus, Selys. 
C. obliquus, Say. 

PETALURA, Leach. 
P. thoreyi, Hagen. 



Sub-Family .ffiSCHNINA. 

ANAX, Leach. 
A. Junius, Dru. 

Common in Ocean county, and generally distributed in the 

State. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

^SCHNA, Fabr. 
^. clepsydra, Say. 

uE. verticalis, Hagen. 



458 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

^. constricta, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

^. grandis, Linn. 

Recorded from Bergen Hill, New Jersey. I have taken it in 
Ocean county. 

^. ingens, Ramb. 

JE. heros, Fab. 

Recorded from New Jersey. Generally distributed. Cald- 
well, not common — Crane. 

j3Ej. quadriguttata, Burni. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



Sub-Family CORDULINJE. 

MACROMIA, Ramb. 
M. taeniolata, Ramb. 

DIDYMOPS, Ramb. 

D. transversa, Say. 

Mount Holly, New Jersey — Collection American Ento- 
mological Society. 

D. obsoleta, Say. 

CORDULA, Leach. 
O. lateralis, Burm. 



Sub-Family LIBELLULIN^. 

TRAMEA, Hagen. 
T. Carolina, Linn. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

T. lacerata, Hagen. 
/ I took this in Ocean county during the present season (1889). 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 459 

CELITHEMIS, Hagen. 
C, eponina, Dru. 

New Jersey — Collection American Entomological Society. 

PLATYTHBMIS, Hagen. 
P. trimaculata, De G. 

Common throughout the State. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

LIBELLULA, Linn. 
L. quadrimaculata, Linn. 

L. semifasciata, Burm. 

Recorded from New Jersey. • 

L. luctuosa, Buini. 

Recorded from New Jersey. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

L. pulchella, Dru. 

Recorded from New Jersey. Caldwell, common — Crane. 

L. auripennis, Burm. 

Recorded from New Jersey. Specimens in Collection American 
Entomological Society. 

L. incesta, Hagen. 

New Jersey — Collection American Entomological Society. 

L. lydia, Dru. 

New Jersey — Collection American Entomological Society. 

L. quadrupla, Say. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

L. plumbea, Uhl. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

MBSOTHEMIS, Hagen. 
M. simplicicollis, Say. 

Recorded from New Jersey. Ocean Grove — Crane. 

M, longipennis, Burm. 

New Jersey — Collection American Entomological Society. 



460 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

DIPLAX, Charp. 
D. costifera, Uhl. 

D. vicina, Hagen. 

Recorded from Bergen Hill, New Jersey. 

D. seraicincta, Say. 

D. rubicundula, Say. 

Recorded from Bergen Hill, New Jersey. Caldwell, common 
— Crane. 

D. berenice, Dru. 

Recorded from Bergen Hill, New Jersey, and common else- 
where in the State. 

D. intacta, Hagen. 

D. elisa, Hagen. 

Recorded from Bergen Hill, New Jersey. 

D. ornata, Ramb. 

PERITHEMIS, Hagen. 
P. domitia, Dru. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

NANNOPHYA, Ramb. 

N. bella, Uhl. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 



Family SIALIDiE. 

SIALIS, Latr. 
S. infumata, Newn. 

S. americana, Ramb. 

CHAULIODES, Latr. 
C. pectinicornis, Linn. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 461 

O. serricornis, Say. 

C. maculatus, Say. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 



CORYDALIS, Laty. 
C. cornuta, Linn. 

Common throughout the State. Caldwell — Crane. 



Family HEMEROBIDiE. 

ALEURONIA, Pitch. 
A. "west"woodii, Fitch. 

MICROMUS, Ramb. 

M. insipidus, Hagen. 

HBMBROBIUS, Linn. 

H. amiculus, Fitch. 

H. alternatus, Fitch. 

H. stigmaterus, Fitch. 

H. castanea, Fitch. 

H. tutatrix, Fitch. 

H. conjunctus, Fitch. 

H. pinidumue, Fitch. 

H. hyalinatus, Fitch. 

POLYSTCBCHOTES, Biirm. 
P. punctatus, Fabr, 

P. vittatus, Say. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 



MANTISPA, Illig. 
M. brunnea, Say. 

M. interrupta, Say. 



462 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NE^Y JERSEY 

CHRYSOPA, Leach. 
C. oculata, Say. 

C. illepida, Fitch. 

C. albicornis, Fitch. 

C. chlorophana, Fitch. • 

C. fulvibucca, Fitch. 

C. chi, Fitch. 

C. ypsilon, Fitch. 

C. latipennis, Schneid. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

C. nigricornis, Burin. 

C. lineaticornis, Fitch. 

C. 4-punctata, Burm. 

C. rufllabris, Burm. 

C. interrupta, Schneid. 

C. emuncta, Fitch. 

C. harrisii, Fitch. 

C. plorabunda, Fitch. 

C. flava, Scop. 

ACANTHACLISIS, Ramb. 
A. americana, Dru. 

MYRMELBON, Linn. 
M. gratus, Say. 
M. obsoletus, Say. 
M. abdominalis, Say. 

Recorded from New Jersey. 

M. nebulosus, Oliv. 
M. immaculatus, De G. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

ASCALAPHUS, Fabr. 
A. hyalinus, Latr. 

A. 4-punctatus, Burm. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 463 

Family PANORPID-ffi, 

PANORPA, Linn. 



P. rufescens, Ramb. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 
P. venosa, Westw. 
P. debilis, Westw. 
P. nebulosa, Westw. 
P. maculosa, Hagen. 

BITTACUS, Latr. 
B. occidentis, Walk. 



Family PHRYGANIDID^. 

NEURONIA, Leach. 

N. semifasciata, Saj-. 

Recorded from New Jersey. Caldwell, common — Crane. 
N. postica, Walk. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

LIMNOPHILUS, Leach. 
L. rhombicus, Linn. 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 
L. interruptus, Say. 

Described from New Jersey. Caldwell, not common — Crane. 
L. pudicus, Hagen. 

ENOICYLA, Ramb. 
E. Bubfasciata, Say. 

E. lepida, Hagen. 

NOTIDOBIA, Steph. 
N. pyraloides, Walk. 

SETODES, Ramb. 
S. Candida, Hagen. 



464 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 

MACRONBMA, Pictet. 
M. zebraturL, Hagen. 

HYDRO PSYCHE, Pictet. 
H. scalaris, Hagen. 

H. morosa, Hagen. 

Caldwell, common — Crane. 

H. phalerata, Hagen. 

PHILOPOTAMUS, Leach. 
P. distinctus, Walk, 

Caldwell, rare — Crane. 

FOLYCENTROPU3, Curtis. 
P^validus, Walk. 

P. lucidus, Hagen. 

CHIMARRHA, Leach. 
O. aterrima, Hagen. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 465 



CONCLUSION. 



Families. 


Genera. 


Species, 


30 


302 


1,074 


71 


815 


2,227 


28 


484 


1,140 


57 


319 


811 


7 


52 


117 


26 


173 . 


313 


10 


101 


242 


9 


01 


174 



In the foregoing pages 6,098 species are listed, to which future 
studies will undoubtedly add at least 20 per cent, more ; they are dis- 
tributed as follows : 

Hynienoptera 

Coleoptera 

Lepidoptera 

Diptera 

Orthoptera 

Hemiptera — 

Heterop tera 

Homoptera 

Neuroptera .■ 

Total 238 2,307 6,098 

Authors are not agreed as to the best way of making up catalogues. 
Some begin with the higher families, running down to the most 
degraded ; others- reverse this proceeding and begin with the least 
specialized forms, ending with the highest types. Of the lists fol- 
lowed in this catalogue, the Hymenoptera, Orthoptera and Neuroptera 
run the series from the lowest to the highest. In the Coleoptera, 
Lepidoptera, Diptera and Hemiptera the highest forms are placed at 
the head. 

In adopting the Linneean orders, rather than the more numerous 
divisions of Brauer or Packard, I have followed convenience and not 
conviction, believing that a catalogue of a restricted fauna is not the 
place to bring forward a classification not generally accepted. In a 
future edition of the catalogue I should expect to make the changec 

2e 



466 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 



ERRATA. 



THE FOLLOWING ESCAPED CORRECTION IN PROOF: 

Page 172, for OCENIA read C^NIA. 

Page 182, for P. serricorne read L. serricorne. 

Page 216, for C. nsertus read C. insertus. 

Page 370, for S, palipes read S. pallipes. 

Page 370, for C^NOMYIA read OCENOMYIA. 

Page 370, for STRATYOMYID^ read STRATIOMYID^. 

Page 372, for THERIOPLBOTBS, Zell., read THERIOPLE0TE8, 

Zett. 
Page 388, for T. pictulum, Pa., read T. pictulum, Will. 
Page 429, for LEPTOYPHA read LBPTOPHYA. 



PRINCIPAL ABBREVIATIONS OF AUTHORS' NAMES. 



A. 

Aaron Aaron, S. Frank. 

Abb Abbot, John. 

Ahr Ahrens, August. 

Am. et Serv...Amyot & Serville. 

Ashm Ashmead, William H. 

Aube Aubi', Charles. 

B. 

Biirensp Barensprung, Felix. 

Baly Baly, Joseph S. 

Bass Ba-ssett, H. F. 

Bates Bates, Henry William. 

Bdv Boisdiival, Jean Alphonse. 

Bd-Lec Boisduval & Leconte. 

Beauv Beauvois, Palisot de. 

Beth Bethune, Charles J. S. 

Billb Billberg, Gustav Johann. 

Bkh Borkhausen, Moriz B. 

Blake Blake, Charles A. 

Blanch Blanchard, E. 

Bland.. Bland, James H. B. 

Boh Bohenian, Carl H. 

Boisd see Bdv. 

Bon Bonnelli, Frani ois Andre. 

Bony Bonvouloir, Henry de. 

Borkh see Bkh. 

Bouche Bouch*;', Peter Friedrich. 

Bourg Bourgeois, J. 

Brace Brace, John P. 

Brem Bremer, Otto. 

Brem. & Grey, 

Bremer & Grey. 

Brend Brendel, Emil. 

Brown Brown, Peter. 

Brulle Brulle, Auguste. 

Bruner Bruner, Lawrence. 

Buck Buckley, S. B. 

Buckt Buckton, George B. 



Buq Buquet, Lucien. 

T, f Burmeister, Hermann Carl 

i^^"-^^ \ C. 

o. 

Cam Cameron, P. 

Cand CandSze, E. 

Casey Casey, Thomas L. 

Chamb Chambers, Vactor Toucy. 

^, , f Chaudoir, Baron Maxi- 

Chd < •!• ] 

( miiien de. 

Chap Chapman, Thomas. 

Charp Charpentier, Toussaint de. 

Chevr. Chevrolat, Aug. 

Clairv Clairville, J. de. 

Clark .Clark, Bracy (Diptera). 

Clark Clark, Hamlet (Coleoptera). 

Clem Clemens, Brackenridge. 

Comst Comstock, John Henry. 

Costa Costa, Achille. 

Coup Couper, William. 

Cr.. Crotch, Geo. K. 

Cram Cramer, Pieter. 

Cress Cresson, Ezra T. 

Curtis Curtis, John. 

D. 

Dahl Dahlbom, Andres Gustav. 

Dall Dallas, William S. 

Dalm Dalman, Johann Wilhelm. 

Davis Davis, William T. 

De G De Geer, Carl. 

. ( Dejean, Comte Pierre Fran- 

■' \ rois Marie Auguste. 

Desv .. Desvoidy, Kobineau. 

Doubl Doubleday, Edward. 

Doubl-Hew . Doubleday <.V- Hewitson. 

Drap Drapiez, A. 

Dru Drury, Drew. 

(407) 



468 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 



Duf. Dufour, Leon. 

Duft Duftschmid, Caspar. 

T% f Dumeril, Andre Marie Con- 

Dum < . , ' 

{ stant. 

Dune Duncan, James. 

j^ J Daponcliel PhilogAne Au- 

P \ gnste Joseph. 

D'Urb D'Urban, William Stewart M. 

E. 
Edw. H Edwards, Henry. 

T^ , ( Edwards, W. H. (in Rho- 

Edw i 1 ' > ^ 

( palocera). 

Eich Eichhoff, W. 

^ , / Erichson, Wilhelni Ferdi- 

\ nand. 

,^ , I Eschscholtz, Joliann Fried- 

-''-'®^*' 1 rich. 

P. 

Fabr Fabricius, Johann Christ. 

Fairm Fairinaire, Leon. 

Fall Fallen, Carl Friedrich. 

Feld Felder, Cajetan. 

Fern Fernald", Chas. H. 

Fieb Fieber, Franz Xavfer. 

Tj,. 1 f Fischer, Johannes L. (Dip- 

^^^^'^^^' I tera). 

-p. 1 f Fischer, Leopold H. (Orth- 

\ optera). 

Fitch Fitch, Asa. 

Forst Forster, Arnold. 

Forel Forel, Albert. 

Forst Forster, Johann Reinhold. 

^ 1 ( Foudras, Antoine Casirair 

^ ^^^^^ I Marguerite Eug6ne. 

T^ r Fourcroy, Antoine Fran- 

l^ourcr < ■ •" 

{ <;ois. 

Fmhl Frohlich, Jos. Aloys. 

G. 

G. & H Gemminger & Harold. 

Gdt Goedart, Johann. 

Geoff Geoffroy, Etienne Louis. 

Germ Germar, Ernst Friedrich. 

Gey see Geyer. 

Geyer Geyer, Carl. 

Gn Guenee, Achille. 

Goetze ( Gr^tze, Johann August 

( Ephraim. 



Gorh Gorhani, John. 

Gory Gory, Hippolyte Louis. 

Gray i Gray, George R. ( Ortli- 

^ 1 optera). 

Gray I Gray, John Edward (Cole- 

■' I optera). 

n f Gravenhorst, Johann Lud- 

Grav < • /-. 1 

( wig Carl. 

Grt see Grote. 

Grt. & Rob... Grote & Robinson. 

Grote Grote, Augustus Radcliffe. 

Guer Guerin-Meneville, F. E. 

Gyll Gyllenhal, Leonhard. 

H. 

Hagen Hagen, Hermann August 

Hahn. Hahn, Carl Wilhelm. 

Hald Haldemann, S. S. 

Haliday Haliday, Alexis H. 

Harold Harold, Edgar von. 

Harr see Harris. 

Harris Harris, Thaddeus W. 

Hartig Hartig, Theodore. 

Harv Harve}^ Leon. 

Hausm Hausman, Johann F. L. 

Haw Haworth, Adrian Hardy. 

TT. , f Herbst, Johann Friedrich 

^^'^ \ Wilhelm. 

Heer Heer, Oswald. 

Hein Heinemann, H. von. 

Heinek Heineken, Carl. 

XT 11 f Hell wig, Johann Christian 

Hellw < T 1 • 

I, Ludwig. 

Hentz Hentz, Nicholas Marcell. 

Hottm Hoffinann, J. J. 

Hoffin HofTmeister, H. (Diptera). 

Holmgr Holmgren, August Emil. 

Hope Hope, Frederic William. 

Horn Horn, George H. 

Howard Howard, Leland O. 

TT Q f Herrich-Schaeffer, Gottlieb, 

^"^ \ August, Wilhelm. 

Hiib Hiibner, Jacob. 

Hulst Hulst, George D. 

Hum Hummel, Arvid David. 

Hy. Edw Henry Edwards. 

I. 

j,,.^^ rllliger, Johann Carl Wil- 

^ \ helm. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 



469 



J. 

Jaenn Jaennicke, F. 

Jek Jekel, Henry. 

Jnr Jurine, Louis. 

K. 

Kalt Kaltenlmcli, J. H. 

■rr-. f Kiesen wetter, Ernst August 
I Hellmuth von. 

Kirby Kirby, William. 

Kirkp Kirkpatrick, John. 

Kirsch Kirsch, Th. 

Kirsch Kirsclibautu, C. L. 

Kirtl Kirtland, Jared P. 

T-i r Klug, Joliann Cliristoph 
\ Friedricli. 

Knock Knoch, August Wilhelm. 

Koch Koch, C. L. 

Koll Kollar, Vincenz. 

Kraatz Kraatz, Gustav. 

Kug Kugelann, Johann Gottlieb. 

Kunze Kunze, Gustav. 

L. 

y f Lacordaire, Jean Theo- 

■ \ dora. 

■r i. I Marquis de la Ferte-Sen- 

I ectere. 

Lap Laporte, F. L. de. 

Lap. & Gory. .Laporte & Gory. 

Lasp Laspeyres, Jacob Ileinrich. 

Latr Latreille, Pierre Andre. 

L. Dnf Leon Dufour. 

Leach Leach, William Elford. 

Le B Le Baron, William. 

Lee Leconte, John L. 

Led Ledei-er, Julius. 

Leidy Leidy, Joseph. 

Lewis Lewis, R. H. 

J • , . I Liclitenstein, Anton Au- 

I gust Heinrich. 
L. or Linn.... Linnaeus, Carl von. 

Lintn Lintner, James Albert. 

Lw Loew, Hermann. 

M. 

MacL MacLeay, William S. 

Macq Macqnart, Jean. 



Mann -f ^^^^^i^rheim, Carl Gustav 

\ von. 

Mars Marseul, S. A. de. 

Marsh Marsliam, Thomas. 

Marsh Marshall, T. A. 

Math Matthew.s, A. 

Mayr Mayr, Gustav L. 

Megerle .. . . I ^^ff^^ ^J?" , Muelfeld, 
° [ Johann Karl. 

Meigen, Meigen, Johann Wilhelm. 

Mell Mellie, J. 

Mels / Melsheimer, Friedricli 

1 Ernst. 

Minot Minot, Charles S. 

Moeschl . Moeschler, Heinrich Benno. 

Mon Monell, J. T. 

Moore Moore, Frederick. 

Morr Morrison, H. K. 

Morris | ^^f^'?\ M^rgaretta H. 

(, (Uiptera). 

Mots Motschulsky, Victor von. 

Miill / ^^'^'1®^'' Philipp Wilbrand 
\ Jacob. 

Muls Mulsant, Etienne. 

Muls. et Rev..Mulsaiit et Kev. 



N. 

T,^ f Nees von Esenbeck, Chris- 

^^^"^ t tianG. 

Newn Newman, Edward. 

Nitsch Nitzsch, Christian L. 

Nord Nordmann, Alexander von. 

Norton Norton, Edward. 

Nyl Ny lander, William. 

O. 

Ochs lOchsenheimer, Ferdinand. 

Oestl Oestlund, O. W. 

Oliv Olivier, AntoineGuillaume. 

0-S Osten-Sacken, R. von. 

P. 

Pack... Packard, Alpheus Spring. 

Pal. Beauv...see Beauv. 

Pall Pallas, Peter Simon. 

Tj f Panzer, Georg Wolfgang 

^^'•'^ 1 Franz. 

Pasc Pascoe, Francis P. 



470 GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF NEW JERSEY. 



Pass Passerini, Carlo. 

Patton Patton, William H. 

Payk PaykuU. Giistaf von. 

Peck Peck, William Dandridge. 

Perty Perty, Maximilian. 

Phillipi Philiipi, F. H. E. 

Pict Pictet, Francois Jules. 

Poey Poey, Phelipe. 

Prov Provancher, L'Abbe. 

Pntn Putnam, J. D. 

Putz Putzeys, H. 

R. 

Rag Ragonot, Emile L. 

Bamb Rambur, J. Pierre. 

Rand Randall, John W. 

Rathv... Rathvon, J. H. 

■r> , f Ratzeburg, .Julius Theodor 

Katz < ^, ■ ,.'" 

t Christian. 

R. Desv Robineau Desvoidy. 

Reak Reakirt, Tryon. 

Redt Redtenbacher, Ludwig. 

Reichenb Reichenbach, Anton B. 

Reitt.. .Reitter, E. 

Reut Renter, O. M. 

Riley Riley, Charles Valentine. 

Rob Robinson, Coleman T. 

Rog Rogers, W. Frederick. 

Rond Rondani, Camille. 

Rossi Rossi, Peter. 

Rott Rottenburg, S. A. von. 

Ruthe Ruthe, Johann Friedrich. 

S. 

S. & A see Sm. & Abb. 

Sandb Sandberg, Kai'l von. 

Saund Saunders, William. 

Sauss Saussure, Henri de. 

Say Say, Thomas. 

Schaff .vSchafier, Jacob Christian. 

Schaum Schaum, Hermann Rudolph 

Schiff Schiffermiiller, Ignaz. 

Schiner Schiner, J. R. 

«/>v>»v. / Schmidt, Wilhelm Ludwig 

'^^*'™ I Ewald. 

Schm-Goeb { SchmWt-Goebel, Hermann 
Schneid { '"^^1;"^ '^'■' Wilhelm Gott- 



Sciir Schrank, Franz von Paula. 

Schum Schummel, Theodore Emil. 

Scop Scopoli, Johann Anton. 

Scriba Scriba W. 

Scud Scudder, Samuel H. 

Seidl Seidlitz, George. 

Q 1 f Selys-Longchamps, Michel 

o f Audinet-Serville, Jean 

Serv < r< -n 

( Guiileaurae. 

Shimer Shimer, Henry. 

Shuck Shuckard, W. E. 

Sign Signoret, Victor. 

Sm. & Abb.... Smith & Abbot. 

o .,, f Smith, Frederick (Hyuien- 

■ \ optera). 

Smith Smith, John B. (Col. et Lep.) 

Q , I Solier, Antoine Joseph 

( Jean. 

Speyer Speyer, Adolph. 

Spin Spinola, Maximilian. 

Staeger Staeger, C. 

(St. Fargeau, Amedee Louis 
Michel Le Peletier 
Comte de. 
St. F. & Serv..Saint-Fargeau et Serville. 

Stal Stai, Carl. 

Stenh Stenhammar, Chr. 

Stepli Stephens, James Francis. 

Stretch Stretch, Richard H. 

Strk Strecker, Hermann. 

Suflr.... Suffrian, E. 

Q -y- / Schiftermuller, Verzeich- 

\ niss. 

Swains Swainson, William. 

Swed Swederus, Nils Samuel. 

T. 

Targ-Toz Targioni-Tozetti. 

Tasch Taschenberg, E. L. 

Taylor Taylor, George W. 

Thoms Thomson, C. G. 

Thos Thomas, Cyrus. 

Thunb Thuiiberg, Carl Peter. 

Tourn Tournier, H. 

Tr Treitschke, Friedrich. 

U. 

Uhler Uhler, Philip R. 

Urban d'Urban, W. S. M. 



CATALOGUE OF INSECTS. 



471 



W. 

Wahlb Wahlberg, P. F. 

Wallgr Wallengren, H. D. J. 

Waltl Waltl, Joseph. 

AValsh Walsh, Beujainin Dann. 

Waterh Waterhouse, George Kobert. 

"Web Weber, Friedrich . 

Wesm Wesmael, Constantin. 

Westw Westwood, John Obadiah. 

White Wliite, Adam ,Coleoptera). 

White White, B. (Hemiptera). 

■,,T. 1 f Wiedemann, Christian E. 

^^letl I ^y 

Will Williston, S. W. 



Winnertz . ...Winnertz, Johannes. 

Walk.. Walker, Francis. 

Wlsm.. Walsingham, Thomas. 

Wolff Wolftj Johann Friedrich. 

Woll.. Wollastou, T. Vernon. 

W. V Wiener, Verzeichniss. 

Z. 

Zell Zeller, Philipp, Christoph. 

y .. f Zetterstedt, Johann, Wil- 

I helm. 

Ziegl Ziegler, Daniel. 

Zimm Ziramernjann, Christoph. 

Zinck Zincken, Johann T. F. 



INDEX OF GENERA. 



A. 

Abia 7 

Abroatola 321 

Acalles 258 

Acallodes 261 

Acanthaclisis 462 

Acanthia 429 

Acanthocinus 210 

Acanthoderes 208 

Acantholoma 416 

Acantho3oma 420 

Achatodes 315 

Acholla 431 

Achrcea 346 

Acidalia 335 

Acilius 104 

Acmseodera 170 

Acma3ops 205 

Acocephala 445 

Acononia 437 

Acoptus 260 

Acordulecera 7 

Acridium 413 

Acrobasis 344 

Acrolophus 354 

Acronycta 306 

Astenodes 169 

Actiaa 302 

Actinotia 313 

Actobius 121 

Acupalpus 97 

Acylophorus 116 

Adalia 133 

Adelocera 158 

Adimonia 222 

Adita 309 

Adoneta 296 

Adoxus 218 

iEdes 364 

^letes 148 

^lia 418 

^Uopos 283 

iEschna 457 

Agabus 103 

Agallia 445 

Agalliastes 428 

Agapostemon 63 

Agathidium 112 

Agathis 35 



Agenia 51 

Aglossa 340 

Agnomonia 328 

Agonoderus 94 

Agraphus 248 

Agraulia 274 

Agrilus 170 

Agrion 456 

Agriotus 161 

Agromyza 403 

Agrotis 308 

Alaus 158 

Alcathoe 288 

Alcidamea 66 

Aleochara 115 

Aletia 320 

Aleurodes 451 

Aleuronia 461 

Allandrus 270 

Allantus 12 

AUecula 235 

Allodia 362 

Allograpta 385 

Allorhina 197 

AUotria (Ifym.) 18 

Allotria (iep.) 327 

Alphitobius 232 

Alydus 421 

Alypia 290 

Alyson 55 

Amadrya 354 

Amalopis 368 

Amara 81 

Amblycorypha. 409 

Amblyopone 46 

Amblyteles 22 

Amblyscirtes 281 

Amitua 42 

Ammophila 51 

Amnestus 417 

Amorbia 349 

Ampelophaga 285 

Amphibolipa 16 

Amphicerua 183 

Amphicnephes 397 

Amphicoma 190 

Amphicroasus 151 

Amphion 284 

Amphiaa 350 

Amphiacepa 438 



Anacrabro 58 

AE93du8 233 

Anagoga 333 

Anametis 247 

Anaaa 421 

Anaapia 240 

Anatia 134 

Anax 457 

Anaxiphus 408 

Anchodemna 253 

Ancyloxypha 281 

Ancyronyx 156 

Andrena 63 

Andricua 17 

Androchirua 236 

Aneurua 430 

Angerona 333 

Aniaodactylua 98 

Aniaolabia 406 

Aniaopa 436 

Aniaopteryx 338 

Aniaoaticta 132 

Aniaota 303 

Aniaoxya 238 

Anomala 195 

Anomalon 25 

Anomia 320 

Anomcea 215 

Anomoglossua 93 

Anopheles 364 

Anotia 439 

Antepione 333 

Anthaxia 168 

Antherophagus 142 

Anthicua 243 

Anthidium 66 

Anthocharia 278 

Anthocomua 177 

Anthocoria 429 

Antho3cia 322 

Anthomyia 394 

Anthonomua 254 

Anthophora ^7 

Anthrax 377 

Anthrenua 144 

Anthribulus 271 

Antispila 358 

Antocha 366 

Anytus 309 

Apamea 314 

(473) 



474 



INDEX OF GENERA. 



Apanteles 34 

Apatelodes 298 

Apathus 68 

Apatura 272 

Apenes 90 

Aphffinogaster 46 

Aphalara 447 

Aphelinus 40 

AphidiuB 37 

Aphis 449 

Aphodius 188 

Aphomia 346 

Aphonus 196 

Aphorista 136 

Aphrastus 249 

Aphrophora 443 

Aphycus 39 

Apiomerus 432 

Apion 249 

Apis 68 

Aplodes 334 

Apocellus 129 

Apristus 89 

Aptesis 24 

Aradus 430 

Aramigus 249 

Archasia 442 

Archimerus 420 

Arctia 292 

Ardistomis 76 

Arenetra 31 

Argeus 284 

Argynnis 274 

Argyra 381 

Argyramoeba 377 

Argyresthia 357 

Argyria 346 

Argyrophyes 291 

Arhopalua 203 

Aricia 394 

Arotes 29 

Arphia 414 

Arsilonche 307 

Artace 304 

Arthrolips 132 

Arthromacra 236 

Arzama 315 

Asaphes 165 

Ascalaphus 462 

Asclera 239 

Asemum 199 

Asilua 376 

Asopia 340 

Asphondylia 360 

Aspidiotus 452 

Aspidisca 358 

Aspilates 337 

Aetata 53 

Asthena 335 

Atsenius 187 



Atarba 366 

Athous 164 

Athysanus 446 

Atimia 204 

Atomacera 8 

Atomaria 142 

Atomosia 375 

Atranus 86 

Atropos 453 

Atta 46 

Attacus 302 

Attagenus 144 

Attalus 178 

Attelabus 247 

Atylotus 373 

Augochlora 62 

Aulacigaster 403 

Aulacizes 444 

Aulacus 18 

Auletes 246 

Aulonium 139 

Axinopalpus 89 

Azelina 332 

B. 

Babia 215 

Baccha 385 

Bactridium 154 

Badister 83 

Baetis 455 

Bagous 253 

Balaninus 263 

Balboceras 189 

Banasa 420 

Baptria 339 

Barce 432 

Baris 262 

Baropais 259 

Barytychius 252 

Bassareus 215 

Bassus 29 

Batrichidea 415 

Batrisus 114 

Batyle 203 

Belonochilus 422 

Belonuchus 118 

Belostoma 435 

Belvoisia 391 

Bembecia 288 

Bembex 54 

Bembidium 76 

Benacus 435 

Beris 371 

Berosus 108 

Betarmon 162 

Bibio 363 

Bidessus 101 

Biorhiza 17 

Bittacomorpha''. 369 

Bittacus 463 



Blabophanes 354 

Blapstinus 232 

Blastophysa 448 

BlechruB 89 

Bledius 128 

Blennocampa 11 

Blepharida 223 

Blepharomastix 343 

Bleptina 330 

Blethiaa 73 

Blissus 422 

Boletobius 127 

Boletophagus 234 

Boletotherus 234 

Bolitophila 361 

Bombus 68 

Bombylius 378 

Borborus 404 

Bostrichus 183 

Bothrideres 139 

Botis 341 

Brachyacantha 134 

Brachylobus 93 

Brachymyrmex 45 

Brachynus 90 

Brachypalpus 387 

Brachypterus 148 

Brachyrhynclius 430 

Brachys 171 

Brachystylua 248 

Brachytaraus 271 

Brachytropia 425 

Bracon 33 

Bradycellus 97 

Brathinua 113 

Brochymena 418 

Brontes 141 

Brotolomia 314 

Bruchomorpha 438 

Bruchua 229 

Bryaxia 114 

Bryocoris 427 

Bryophila 307 

Bryoporua 127 

Bapreatis 167 

Butalia 357 

Byrrhua 155 

Bythoscopua 445 

Byturus 143 

O. 

Caberodes 331 

Oaccobaphes 426 

Caccecia 348 

Cacoplia 208 

Csenia 402 

Cfenis 455 

Cseaocara 183 

Csenomyia 370 

Cafius 121 



INDEX OF GENERA. 



475 



Calandra 265 

Calathus 83 

Calephelis 275 

Caliroa 11 

Calledapteryx 335 

Callida 89 

Callidium 200 

Callidryas 278 

Callimorpha 292 

Calliopsis 63 

Calliphora 393 

Callipterus 450 

Calloides 203 

Callomyia 389 

Callopistria 398 

Calobata 397 

Calocampa 319 

Calochromus 173 

Calocoris 426 

Calophya 447 

Calopteron 172 

Calopteryx 455 

Calosoma 72 

Calothysanis 335 

Calpe 320 

Calymnia 317 

Calyptoproctus 439 

Calyptus 36 

Camirus 416 

Camponotua 44 

Campoplex 26 

Campsicnemus 382 

Camptobrochis 426 

Camptoneura 397 

Canifa 238 

Canthon 186 

Canthophorus 417 

Canthydrus 100 

Capnia 454 

Capnochroa 236 

Capsus 427 

Capua.. 350 

Carabus 72 

Caradrina 316 

Cardiastethus 429 

Cardiophorus 158 

Caripeta 337 

Carphoborus 269 

Carpocapaa 353 

Carpophilus 149 

Caenoaia 86 

Cassida 229 

Cataclysta 343 

Caterva 337 

Catocala 324 

Catogenus 141 

Cebrio 166 

Cecidomyia 360 

Cedius 113 

Celetes 172 



Celiptera 327 

Celithemis 459 

Cemonus 56 

Cenopsis 349 

Centeterus 23 

Centrinus 262 

Centrodera 205 

Centronopus 231 

Cephaloon 239 

Cephas 15 

Ceraphron 41 

Cerascopus 432 

Ceratina 67 

Oeratomia 287 

Ceratopogon 365 

Ceratosoma 27 

Ceraturgus 374 

Cerceris 55 

Cercopeus 248 

Cercus 149 

Cercyon 109 

Ceresa 441 

Ceria 388 

Ceropales 51 

Ceroptres 17 

Cerotainia 375 

Cerotoma 221 

Ceruchus 186 

Cerura 301 

Cerylon 139 

Ceutophilus 409 

Ceutorhynchus 261 

Chffitocnema 226 

Chajtopis 398 

Chalcis 38 

Chalcoderma 258 

Chalcolepidius 158 

Chalcophora 166 

Chalepus 196 

Chalybion 52 

Chamyris 323 

Charadra 306 

Chariessa 180 

Chariesterus 420 

Charistena 228 

Chauliodes 460 

Chauliognathus 175 

Chelonus 34 

Chelyraorpha 229 

Chermes 461 

Chilocorus 134 

Chiloneurus 39 

Chilosia 384 

Chimarrha 464 

Chion 200 

Chionaspis 452 

Chironomus 364 

Cbla3aius 91 

ChlEenogramma 287 

Chlamys 215 



Chlocaltis 411 

Chlorion 52 

Chlorochara 437 

Chloromyia , 371 

Chlorops 403 

Chceridium 186 

Chcerocampa 284 

Chojrodes 331 

Choleva Ill 

Choreutes 354 

Chortophaga 413 

Chramesus 268 

Chrysis 43 

Chrysobothris 169 

Chrysochraon 411 

Chrysochus 219 

Chrysodina 219 

Cbrysogaster 384 

Chrysomela 220 

Chrysopa 462 

Chrysophanus 277 

Chrysopila 373 

Chrysops 372 

Chrysotimus 382 

Chrysotoxum 383 

Chrysotus 382 

Chytolita 329 

Chytonix 308 

Cicada 437 

Cicindela 69 

Cilissa 63 

Cimbex 7 

Cindaphia 343 

Cinyra 168 

Circotettix 414 

Cirrhophanus 323 

Cis 184 

Cistela 236 

Citheronia 303 

Cixius 439 

Cladius 8 

Cladura 368 

Clemensia 291 

Cleora 337 

Clerus 178 

Clinidium 140 

Clinocera 380 

Clisiocampa 304 

Clivina 75 

Clce 455 

Clostoptera 443 

Clytanthus 204 

Cnemidotus 99 

Cnemodus 423 

Coccidula 135 

Coccinella 133 

Coccophagus 40 

Cceambus 101 

Ccelidea 446 

CcEliodes 260 



476 



INDEX OF GENERA. 



Coelioxys 64 

Goelodasys 300 

Ccelogaster.... 261 

Coelopa 399 

Coenia 172 

Coenosia 395 

Cosnus 419 

Colastus 149 

Colaspis 220 

Coleophora 358 

Colias 278 

Colletes 62 

Collops 177 

Colpognathus 23 

Colydmm 139 

Colymbetes 103 

Compsocerocoris 425 

Conchylis 350 

Conchylodes 343 

Conocephalus 410 

Conops 389 

Conosoma 126 

Conotelus 149 

Conotrachelus 257 

Copelatus 102 

Copidosoma 39 

Copris 186 

Coptera 42 

Coptocycla 229 

Coptodera 88 

Coptotomus 102 

Copturus 259 

Cordula 458 

Cordulegaster 457 

Cordylura 395 

Corethra 364 

Corimelfena. 417 

Corisa 436 

Coriscua 431 

Corizus 422 

Corphyra 242 

Corticaria 153 

Corycia 336 

Corydalis 461 

Corylophus 132 

Corymbites 164 

Corynocoris 420 

Corythnca 429 

Coscinoptera 215 

Cosmopepla 419 

Cosmopteryx 358 

Cossonua 265 

Cossus 304 

Cotalpa 195 

Coxelus 139 

Crabro 57 

Crsems 9 

Crambodes 319 

Crambua 346 

Craponius 260 



Cratacanthus 94 

Cratoparis 271 

Cregya 180 

Cremastochilus 197 

Cremastogaster 47 

Creophilus 117 

Crepidodera 225 

Cressonia 288 

Criocephalus 199 

Crioceris 214 

Crioprora 387 

Criorhina 387 

Crocidophora 342 

Crocigrapha 317 

Crocota 292 

Crophius 423 

Cryptarcha 152 

Cryptobium 123 

Cryptocephalus 216 

Cryptohypnus 159 

Cryptolechia 355 

Cryptorhopalum 144 

Oryptorhynchus 258 

Crypturgus 269 

Cryptus 24 

Cteniscus 29 

Ctenistes 113 

Ctenucha 290 

Cucujus 141 

Cucullia 319 

Culex 364 

Cupes 184 

Cuterebra 390 

Cybister 105 

Cyclocephala 196 

Cychramus 152 

Cychrus 71 

Cylapus 428 

Cyllene 203 

Cylloceria 31 

Cymatodera 178 

Cymatophora 337 

Cymindis 90 

Cymus 422 

Cynips 17 

Cyphomimus 249 

Cyphon 157 

Cyrtinus 207 

Cyrtoma 380 

Cyrtoneura 394 

Cyrtophorus 204 

Cyrtophyllus 409 

Cyrtosia 441 

Cytilus 154 

D. 

Dacne 138 

Dactylopium 451 

Dalmama 389 

Danais 275 



Daaycera 357 

Dasyllis 375 

Dasylophia 300 

Datana 298 

Debis 272 

Decarthron 114 

Decatoma 38 

Dectes 209 

Degeeria 391 

Deidamia 284 

Deilephila 284 

Deilinea 335 

Delphax 440 

Deltocephalua 446 

Deltometopus 158 

Demas 306 

Dendroctonus 269 

Dendroides 244 

Depressaria 355 

Derseocoris 427 

Dermestea 143 

Deromyia 375 

Deronectes 101 

Derrima 322 

Deamia 343 

Desmocerus 205 

Deamometopa 403 

Desmopachria 100 

Dexia 392 

Diabrotica 222 

Diachus 218 

Diaperis 233 

Diapheromera 407 

Diaphorus 382 

Diapria , 42 

Diaepia 452 

Diastata 402 

Diaatrophus 16 

Dibolia 227 

Dicajlus 82 

Dicerca 167 

Dichaeta 401 

Dichelia 350 

Dichelonycha 191 

Dichrooacytus 425 

Dichrorampha 353 

Dicopia 305 

Dicranomyia 365 

Didymops 458 

Didea 385 

Diedrocephala 444 

Dilophonota 285 

Dilophua 363 

Dineutes 106 

Dinoderus 184 

Diochus 122 

Dioetria 374 

Diomorus 39 

Dioryctria 344 

Diphthera 306 



INDEX OF GENERA. 



477 



Diplax 460 

Diplochila 82 

Diplosis 360 

Diplotaxis 192 

Dipterygia 313 

Dircsea 237 

Discoderus 94 

Discothyrea 46 

Disonycha 224 

Dissoateira 415 

Distenia 204 

Ditemnus 177 

Ditoma 139 

Ditomyia 361 

Dolba 286 

Dolerus 10 

Dolichoderus 45 

Dolichopeza 370 

Dolichopus 380 

Dolopius 161 

Donacia 213 

Dorcaschema 207 

Dorcatoma 183 

Dorcue 185 

Dorymyrmex 45 

Doryodes 316 

Doryphora 220 

Dorytomus 262 

Drapetes 166 

Drasteria 324 

Drasterius 161 

Drepanodes 331 

Drepanosiphum 449 

Dromius 89 

Drosophila 402 

Dryobota 313 

Dryocampa 303 

DryoccEtes 268 

Dryomyza 396 

Dryophanta 17 

Dryophthorus 265 

Dryops 155 

Dryopterie 301 

Dyschirius 74 

Dysphaga 213 

Dyspteris 334 

DytiBcus 104 

E. 

Eacles 303 

Earinus 35 

Eburia 201 

Eccopsis 351 

Echthopoda 374 

Ecpantneria 294 

Ectopna 157 

Ecyrua 211 

Edema 299 

Elaphidion 201 

ElaphruB 73 



Elater 159 

Elephantomyia 366 

Elis 49 

Ellema 287 

Elleechus 256 

Ellychnia 173 

Elmis 155 

Emblethis 423 

Emesa 432 

Emmesa 237 

Emphor 67 

Emphytus 10 

Empis 379 

Empoa 447 

Empretia 296 

Enchenopa 440 

Enchodes 237 

Encoptolophus 413 

Encyclops 205 

Encyrtus 89 

Endalus 253 

Endecatomus 183 

Endomychus 137 

Endropia 332 

Ennearthron 185 

Ennomos 332 

Enoicyla 463 

Entechnia 67 

Enyo 283 

Epeolus 64 

Ephalus 232 

Ephemera 455 

Ephestia 345 

Ephialtes 30 

Ephydra 402 

Ephyra 334 

Epicurus 247 

Epicauta 245 

Epicypta 362 

Epierus 147 

Epiglsea 318 

Epigraphia 355 

Epilachna 136 

Epimecis 337 

Epipaschia 344 

Epiphragma 368 

Epipocus 137 

Epirranthis 333 

Epirrita 340 

Episcopus 428 

Epitragua 230 

Epitrix 226 

Epizeuxis 329 

Epur^a 150 

Erax 376 

Erchomua 126 

Erebua 328 

Eremocoria 424 

Eretmocerus 42 

Eriocampa 11 



Erioptera 367 

Eriatalia 386 

Ernobius 181 

Eros 172 

Erromenus 28 

Erycua 252 

Erythroneura 447 

Eu?e3thetu8 123 

Eubadizon 36 

Eubyja 338 

Eucalyptera 315 

Eucerceria 55 

Eucerocoria 427 

Euceros 28 

Euchgetea 294 

Euchistua 419 

Eucinetus 157 

Eucirrcedia 318 

Euclea 295 

Euclidia 324 

Eucoila 18 

Eucrada 181 

Eucroatia 334 

Eudalimia 332 

Eudamua 279 

Eudeilinea 335 

Eudemia 350 

Eudercea 204 

Eudicrana 361 

Eudioptus 343 

Eudocimus 252 

Eudryaa 290 

Eufitchia 336 

Eugnamptua 246 

Eulophua 41 

Eumenea 59 

Eupactua 182 

Eupelmua 39 

Eupethecia 340 

Euphaneasa 291 

Euphoria 197 

Euphorus 35 

Euplectrus 41 

Euplexia 313 

Eupogoniua 211 

Eupriatocerus 170 

Eupaalia 263 

Euptoieta 274 

Eurycreon 342 

Eurygaater 416 

Eurylabus 23 

Eurymycter 270 

Eurypogon 156 

Eurytoma 38 

Euaphyrua 270 

Euapongua 55 

Eustropnua 238 

Eustrotia 323 

Euthera.... 391 

Euthiaanotia 315 



478 



INDEX OF GENERA. 



Euthoctha 421 

Eutochia 233 

Eutylia 441 

Euura 8 

Euxesta 398 

Euxorides 32 

Euzophora 345 

Evacanthus 444 

Evania 18 

Evarthrus 81 

Exema 215 

Exetastes 27 

Exochilum 25 

Exochoides 29 

Exochomus 134 

Exochus 29 

Exoprosopa 377 

Exorista 391 

Exyra 324 

Exyston 29 

F. 

Falagria 114 

Fatua 288 

Feniseca 277 

Fenusa 9 

Feralia 306 

Fidia 218 

Fidonia 337 

Figites 18 

Flata 438 

F09QU8 18 

Forficula 405 

Formica 44 

Fucellia 395 

a. 

Galerita 87 

Galeruca 222 

Galgula 324 

Galgulus 434 

Galleria 345 

Garganus 427 

Gastroidea 221 

Gastropacha 304 

Gastrophilus 390 

Gaurax : 403 

Gaurotes 205 

Gelechia 356 

Geocoris 423 

Geodromicus 129 

Geometra 334 

Geopinus 93 

Geotrupee 189 

Geranomyia 366 

Geron 378 

Glsea 318 

Glaucopteryx 340 

Globiceps 427 

Glyphina 450 



Glyphonyx 162 

Glypona 443 

Glypta 31 

Glyptina 227 

Glyptoma 130 

Glyptoscelis 218 

GnathoceruB 232 

Gnophomyia 367 

Gnorimus 198 

Goes 208 

Gomphocerus 412 

Gomphus 457 

Gonianotus 424 

Gonomyia 367 

Gortyna 314 

Gorytes 54 

Gracilaria 357 

Graphisurus 210 

Graphoderus 105 

Grapholita 353 

Graphops 219 

Grapta 273 

Grotea 33 

Gryllotalpa 407 

Gryllus 407 

Gryptocentrus 28 

Gueaeria 335 

Gymnetron 256 

Gymnocliffita 391 

Gymnophora 404 

Gymnopternus 381 

Gymnoscelus 36 

Gynandropus 95 

GyrophiBna 116 

Gyrinua 105 

H. 

Habrosyne 305 

Hadena 311 

Hsematobia 393 

Hsematopia 337 

Hadrobregmu8 182 

Hagenius 457 

Halisidota 294 

Haliplus 99 

Halictus 62 

Hallomenus 238 

Haltica 225 

Halticus 428 

Hamadryas 356 

Hapitbus 408 

Haplandrus 231 

Harmonia 133 

Harmostes 422 

Harpalus 95 

Harpipborus 10 

Harrisimenna 307 

Harrisina 291 

Hebrus 433 

Hecabolus 33 



Hecalus 445 

Hedycbridium 43 

Hedycbrum 43 

Helcon 36 

Heliomata 339 

Heliotbis 322 

Helluomorpba 90 

Helocbara 444 

Helodes 157 

Helomyza 395 

Helopbilus 386 

Helopborus 106 

Helops 235 

Helotropba 314 

Hemaris 283 

Hemerobiua 461 

Hemerodromia 380 

Hemeropbila 337 

Hemileuca 303 

Hemiptycbus 183 

Hemiteles 24 

Hepialus 305 

HeriBUs 423 

Heriadea 65 

Herncbia 323 

Hetasrina 456 

Hetffirius 147 

Heteracbtbes 202 

Heterocampa 300 

Heterocerus 156 

Heterograpbis 345 

Heteromyia 365 

Heteroneura 400 

Heteropelma 25 

Heteropbleps 339 

Heterotbops 116 

Hetomis 208 

Hilara 380 

Hippiscus 414 

Hippobosca 405 

Hippodamia 133 

Hippopsis 211 

Hister 145 

Holcaspis 17 

Holcocepbala 375 

Hololepta 145 

Holopogon 374 

Homsemus 416 

Homalium 129 

Homalodisca 444 

Homalomyia 395 

Homolota 115 

Homopbysa 344 

Homoptera 328 

Homopyralis 329 

Hoplia 191 

Hopliamenua 22 

Hopliaua 54 

Hoplocampa 11 

Hoplocepbala 233 



INDEX OF GENERA. 



479 



Horistonotus 159 

Hormiscus 270 

Hormorus 247 

Hyaliodes 427 

Hyalomyia 390 

Hybernia 338 

Hydaticus 104 

Hydnocera 179 

Hydrseaa 107 

Hydrellia 401 

Hydria 339 

Hydrobius 109 

Hydrocampa 343 

Hydrocanthus 100 

Hydrocharis 107 

Hydrochus 106 

Hydrocombus 109 

Hydrophilus 107 

Hydrophorus 382 

Hydroporua 101 

Hydropsyche 464 

Hydroctaea 394 

Hydrovatus 100 

Hygrotrechus 433 

Hylastes 269 

Hylesinus 269 

Hylobius 251 

Hylotoma 8 

Hylotrupes 200 

Hylurgops 270 

Hymenarcye 419 

Hymenorus 235 

Hyparpax 298 

Hypenula 330 

Hyperaspia 135 

Hyperchiria 302 

Hyperechia 375 

Hyperetia 334 

Hyperplatys 210 

Hyphantria 294 

Hypoderma 390 

Hypolampsis 223 

Hyponeumenta 354 

Hypophloeua 234 

Hypoprepia 291 

Hypothenemus 267 

Hyppa 313 

Hypsoropha 321 

Hyptia 18 

Hypulus 237 

Eyatricia 391 

I. 

lanaaaa 300 

Ibalia 16 

Ichneumon 19 

Ichthyura 297 

Idana 397 

Idia 393 

Idiocerus 445 



Idioplaata .-. 369 

Idolocoris 428 

llnacora 427 

Ilybiua 102 

Ilythea 402 

Ingura 320 

Ipimorpha 317 

Ip» 152 

Ischnoptera 406 

lachnorhynchus 422 

lachyrua 138 

Isodontia 52 

laomira 236 

Isopteryx 454 

Isosoma 38 

Issue 438 

Ithycerua 249 

J. 

Jalysus 421 

Jasaua 446 

Jodia 318 

Junonia 273 

Jurinia 391 

L. 

Labena 33 

Labia 406 

Labidia 12 

Laccobiua 108 

Laccophilua 100 

Lachnocrepia 93 

Lachnosterna 192 

Lachnus 450 

Ledra 443 

Lcemophlceus 141 

L^moaaccus 257 

Lagoa 295 

Lampria 376 

Lampronota 32 

Languria 137 

Lantaphe 344 

Laphna 376 

Laphygma 313 

Laphystia., 374 

Largus 424 

Larra 63 

Laaioderma 182 

Lasioptera 361 

Lasioaoma 361 

Laaius 45 

Lathrobium 124 

Lathropus 141 

Lauxania 399 

Laverna 358 

Lebia 87 

Lecanium 452 

Leja 362 

Lema 214 

Lepidoaaphea 452 



Leptacinus 122 

Leptina 305 

Leptis 374 

Leptogaater 374 

Leptoglosaua 421 

Leptophya 429 

Leptoetyla 429 

Leptoterna 425 

Leptoatylus 208 

Leptotrachelua 86 

Leptura 206 

Lepturgea 209 

Lepyronia 442 

Leatea 456 

Leucania 316 

Leucanthiza 359 

Leucarctia 293 

Leucopia 403 

Leucospia 37 

Leuctra 454 

Liancalus 382 

Libellula 459 

Libythea 275 

Ligyrocoris 423 

Ligyrua 196 

Limacodes 296 

Limenitia 272 

Limneria 26 

Limnobatea 433 

Limnobia 366 

Limnophila 368 

Limnophilus 463 

Limnophora 394 

Limnoporua 433 

Limnotrechus 433 

Limonius 163 

Lina 221 

Lioderma 419 

Liodea 112 

Liopua 209 

Liotropia 418 

Lipocoama 344 

Lipoptena 405 

Lispe 395 

Lissorhoptrus 253 

Listotrophus 117 

Liatronotus 250 

Litargua.. 143 

Lithacodia 323 

Lithocolletia 358 

Litocharia 124 

Litochrua 131 

Litognatha 329 

Livia 447 

Lixus '.. 252 

Loberus 142 

Lobioptera 403 

Lobonotua 417 

Lobophora 339 

Lomatia 377 



480 



INDEX OF GENERA. 



Lomechusa 115 

Lonchsea 399 

Lonchoptera 383 

Longitarsus 227 

Lopheros 172 

Lophoderus 349 

Lophodonta 299 

Lophyrus 14 

Lopidea 425 

Loxaulus 17 

Loxocera 396 

Lozogramma 336 

Loxotsenia 348 

Lucanus 185 

Luceria 311 

Lucidota 173 

Lucilia 393 

Ludius 161 

Luperus 221 

Lycasna 277 

Lycomorpha 290 

Lycoperdina 136 

Lyctocoris 428 

Lyctus 184 

Lyda 14 

Lyggeus 424 

Lygus 426 

Lymexylon 184 

Lyroda 53 

M. 

Macratria 242 

Macrobasis 244 

Macrocentrus 37 

Macrocephalus 430 

Macrocera 361 

Macrodactylus 191 

Macroglenes 40 

Macromia 458 

Macronema 464 

Macronoctua 315 

Macronychus 155 

Macrophya 12 

Macrops 251 

Madarus 262 

Magdalis 254 

Malacocoris 427 

Mallophora 376 

Mallota 387 

Malthinus 177 

Malthodes 177 

Mamestra 310 

Mantispa 461 

Mantura 226 

Marasmalns 320 

Marmopteryx 336 

Masicera 391 

Mastogenius 170 

Matus 102 

Mecynotarsus 243 



Medeterus 382 

Megachile 66 

Megachyta 329 

Megaccelum 426 

Megalodacne 138 

Megalonotus 424 

Megapenthes 161 

Megastilicus 124 

Megilla 132 

Megischus 33 

Megoura 449 

Melanactes 165 

MelanffithuB 417 

Melandrya 237 

Melanocoryphus 424 

Melanolestes 432 

Melanomma 341 

Melanophila 168 

Melanophora 392 

Melanoplus 412 

Melanostoma 384 

Melanotus 162 

Melasis 157 

Melissodes 67 

Melittea 275 

Melittia : 288 

Meloe 244 

Melophagua 405 

Menecles 419 

Meniscus 32 

Meracantha 235 

Merinus : 230 

Merisus 40 

Meromyza 403 

Meroptera 345 

Mesembrina 393 

Mesites 266 

Mesochorus 27 

Mesographe 342 

Mesograpta 385 

Mesoleius. 28 

Mesoleptus 27 

Mesostenus 24 

Mesothemis 459 

Mesovelia 433 

Messa 9 

Metabletus 89 

Metachroma 219 

Metanema 331 

Metapodius 421 

Meteorus 36 

Metopius 29 

Metoponia (iep.) 324 

Metoponia (Z'ipi.) 370 

Metrobates 433 

Metrocampa 333 

Miarus 256 

Micracis 268 

Microbembex 54 

Microcentrum 409 



Microcentrus 440 

Microcoelia 307 

Microdon 383 

j\Iicrodu8 35 

Microgaster 35 

Micromus 461 

Micropalpus 391 

Microphthalma 392 

Microplitis 35 

Microrrhagns 158 

Microrhopala 228 

Microtoma 424 

Microtonus 239 

Midas 377 

Milesia , 388 

Milyas 432 

Mimesa 56 

Miris 425 

Molorchus 202 

Monachus 218 

Monalocoris 427 

Monarthrum 266 

Monecphora 442 

Monedula 54 

Monellia 449 

Monobia 59 

Monocrepidius 159 

MoDohammus 207 

Monomorium 47 

Mononycbus 260 

Monophadnus 11 

Monopsis 439 

Monostegia 11 

Monotonia 154 

Mordella 240 

Mordellistena 240 

Mormidea 419 

Morrisonia 317 

Musca 393 

Mutilla 48 

Myas 79 

Mycetina 136 

Mycetobia 361 

Mycetochares 236 

Mycetopbagua 142 

Mycetophila 362 

Mycetoporus 127 

Mycothera 362 

Mycotretus 138 

Mycterus 238 

Myiolepta 386 

Myllffina 116 

Myodocha 423 

Myopa 389 

Myospila 394 

Myrmecina 47 

Myrmeleon 462 

Myrmica 46 

Myrmosa 48 

Mysia 134 



INDEX OF GENERA. 



481 



Myzine 49 

Myzus 449 

N. 

Nabidea 427 

Nabis 431 

Nacerdes 239 

Nadata 298 

Nannophya 460 

Naso 438 

Nausibius 140 

Nebria 74 

Necrobia 180 

Necrophorua 110 

Neides 421 

Nematocampa 333 

Nematus 9 

Nemobius 408 

Nemopoda 400 

Nemoraja 391 

Nemoria 334 

Nemosoma „. 153 

Nemotelus 371 

Nemoura. 454 

Neoascia 285 

Neoclytus 204 

Neoglaphyroptera 362 

Neonympha 272 

Neottigloesa 419 

Nepa 435 

Nephelodes 314 

Nephopteryx 345 

Nerice 299 

Neurocolpus 425 

Neuronia 463 

Neuroterus 17 

Nezara 420 

Nicagus 186 

Nicocles 375 

Nisoniades 280 

Nitidula 150 

Nola 291 

Nolophana 319 

Nomada 63 

Nomiua 76 

Nomophila 342 

Nortonia 59 

Nosodendron 154 

Notidobia 463 

Notiophilus 73 

Notiphila 401 

Notodonta 299 

Notonecta 435 

Nototracbys 25 

Notoxus 242 

Notozus 43 

Nyctobates 230 

Nympheeella 343 

Nysius 422 

Nysson 55 



O. 

Obera 212 

Obrium 202 

Ochria 339 

Ochtbebiua 107 

Ocypua 118 

Odontseua 189 

Odontomerus 32 

Odontomyia 371 

Odontonyx 156 

Odontota 228 

Odynerus 59 

ffibalus 419 

CEcantbua 408 

CEcophora 357 

(Ecotheca , 396 

(Edancala 423 

CEdemasia 299 

(Edionychis 223 

(Erne 2C0 

CEnectra.. 349 

(Estodes 164 

(Estrus 390 

Olferaia 404 

Olibrua 131 

Oligia 312 

Oligomerus 181 

Oligoatigma 343 

Oliatbopus 86 

Olophrum 129 

Omalus 43 

Ometbus 175 

Ommatiua 376 

Ommatoatola 316 

Omophron 71 

Omosita 151 

Oncerotracbelua 432 

Oncideres 211 

Oncodes 379 

Oncognatbus 426 

Oacometopia 444 

Oncopeltua 424 

Oncotylus 428 

Onthopbagus 187 

Onychobaris 262 

Oodea 93 

Opatrinus 232 

Operopbtera 339 

Opheltes 26 

Opbiderma 442 

Opbion 25 

Opbyra 394 

Opomala 411 

Opomyza 400 

Opsebius 379 

Opsiccetus 432 

Orcbelimum 410 

Orcbesia 238 

Orcheatea 255 

Orectoderus 428 

2f 



Orgyia 294 

Ormenis 438 

Ornitbomyia 405 

Orocbaris 408 

Orpbilus 145 

Orpbnepbila 365 

Orsillacis 422 

OrsilluB 422 

Orsodacbna 214 

Ortbaltica 225 

Orthezia 452 

Ortbodes 317 

Ortboperus 132 

Orthopleura 180 

Orthosia 317 

Ortboaoma 199 

Orysaua 15 

Oscinia 403 

Oamia 65 

Oamoderma 198 

Otidocepbalua 253 

Otiocerus 439 

Utiorbyncbua 248 

Oxacia 239 

Oxybelua 58 

Oxycera 371 

Oxycnemus 151 

Oxypoda 116 

Oxyporus 127 

Oxyptilua 359 

Oxytelua 128 

Ozognatbua 181 

P. 

Pacbybracbya 217 

Pacbylobiua 251 

Pachyprotasia 13 

Pachypaylla 448 

Pacbyrrbina 369 

Pacbyacelus 171 

Packardia 296 

Pffiderus 125 

Psedisca 351 

Pagasa 431 

Palaminua 125 

Palingenia 454 

Pallodes 152 

Palloptera 399 

Palthia 330 

Pamera 423 

Pamerocoria 427 

Pampbila 281 

Panagasua 76 

Pandeletejua 248 

Pandemia.... 348 

Panggeus 417 

Pangonia 371 

Pangrapta 329 

Paniscua 26 



482 



INDEX OF GENERA. 



Panopoda 328 

Panorpa 463 

Panscopus 248 

Pantographa 342 

Paonias 287 

Papilio 277 

Parabolocratus 445 

Paragus 383 

Paralimna 401 

Parallelia 327 

Parandra 198 

Paraphia 338 

Parasa 295 

Paratenetus 233 

Paria 219 

Paromalus 147 

Paropholis 444 

Parorgyia 295 

Paroxya 412 

Parthenos 327 

Parydra 401 

Pasimachus 74 

Passalcecua 57 

Passalua 186 

Patrobus 79 

Pediopsis.. 445 

Pela8toneuru8 381 

Pelecinus 42 

Pelidnota 195 

Peliopelta 424 

Pelocoris 434 

Pelogonus 434 

Pelonomus 261 

Pelopceus 51 

Pemphigus 451 

Pemphredon 57 

Pentaria 240 

Penthe 237 

Penthelispa 139 

Penthimia 444 

Penthina 351 

Penthoptera 368 

Pentilia 134 

Peoria 345 

Pepsis..... 51 

Perdita 63 

Peribalus 420 

Periclistus 17 

Perigea 312 

Perilampus 38 

Perillus 417 

Periplaneta 406 

Penthemis 460 

Peritrechua 423 

Perla 454 

Perophora 297 

Perothops 166 

Petalium 182 

Petalura , 457 

Petrophora 339 



Pezomachus 24 

Pezotettix 412 

Phfecasiophora 351 

PbEedromus 223 

Phfeogenes 23 

Phalacrus 131 

Phalffiaophana 330 

Phaleria 233 

PhanfBus 187 

Phanerotoma 34 

Phasgonophora 38 

Phasiane 336 

Pheidole 47 

Phellopsis 230 

Phenolia 151 

Pheocyma 328 

Pheosia 299 

Phibalapteryx 339 

Phigalia 338 

Philseaus 443 

Philampelus 285 

Philanthus 55 

Phileurus 197 

Philhydrus 108 

PhilonthuB 118 

Philopotamus 464 

Philothermus 140 

Philygria 401 

Phiprosopus 321 

Phlceophagus 266 

Phlceosinus 269 

Phloeotribus 268 

Phoberia 327 

Phobetron 296 

Phcenonotum 110 

Pholisora 280 

Phora 404 

Phorodon 449 

Phortica 402 

Photinus 174 

Photuris 174 

Phoxopteris 353 

Phragmatobia 293 

Phthinia 361 

Phthiria 378 

Phyciodes 274 

Phygadeuon 23 

Phyletus 234 

Phyllaphis 450 

Phyllobaenus 180 

Phyllobrotica 222 

Phyllocnistis 359 

Phyllodecta 221 

Phyllodromia 406 

Phyllomyza 404 

Phylloscelia 438 

Phyllotreta 227 

Phyllotrox 253 

Phylloxera 451 

Phymata 430 



Phymatocera 11 

Phymatodea 200 

Phymophora 136 

Phyrdenus 258 

Physatochila 429 

Physocnemum 200 

Phytalua 194 

Phytocoris 425 

Phytodietua 32 

Phyton 202 

Phytonomus 250 

Phyxelis 248 

Piazorhinua 256 

Piazurua...., 259 

Pieria 279 

Pieama 429 

Piezocorynus 270 

Pilophorua 427 

Pimpla 30 

Pinacodera 90 

Piophila... 400 

Pipiza 383 

Pipunculua 389 

Pisaodea 251 

Pityobiua 164 

Pityophthorus 266 

Plagiodera 221 

Plagiognathua 428 

Plagiomimicua 322 

Plagionotus 203 

Plagodia 333 

Planicepa 51 

Plateros 173 

Platycerua 185 

Platychirua 384 

Platycotia 440 

Platydema 234 

Platygaater 42 

Platylabua 23 

Platymetopius 445 

Platynota 350 

Platynus 83 

Platypeza 389 

Platypteryx 301 

Platyptilua 359 

Platysenta 316 

Platyatethua 128 

Platythemis 459 

Platyura 361 

Plea 436 

Plecia 363 

Plegaderua 148 

Plemyria 340 

Pleonectyptera 328 

Pleaiaatina 361 

Plocetea 256 

Plochionua 89 

Plodia 345 

Pluaia 321 

Pluaiodonta 420 



INDEX OF GENERA. 



483 



Plutella 355 

Poaphila 328 

PocadiuB 151 

Podabrus 175 

Podisus 418 

Podops 418 

Podosesia 289 

Poecilocapsus 426 

Pcecilonota 167 

Pceciloptera. 438 

Poeciloscytus 426 

Pogonocherus 210 

Pogonomy rmex 46 

Pogonus 79 

Polistes 60 

Pollenia 393 

Polyblastus 28 

Polycentropus 464 

Polyergus 44 

Polylepta 361 

Polyphylla 194 

Polysphincta 31 

Polystoschotes 461 

Polystoma .". 115 

Pomphopoea 245 

Pompilus 49 

Ponera 46 

Porphyrops 382 

Potamanthus 455 

Praon 37 

Prasocuris 220 

Prenolepis 45 

Priocnemia 50 

Prionia 301 

Prionidus 431 

Prionochffita 112 

Prionomerus 256 

Priononyx 53 

Prionoxystus 304 

Prionus 199 

Priophorus.. 8 

Pristiphora 8 

Proconia 444 

Proctacanthus 376 

Prodenia 313 

Promachus 376 

Prometopia 150 

Pronuba 355 

Prosopis .. 62 

Protenor 421 

Proteopteryx 352 

Protheca 183 

Prothymia 324 

Protoparce 285 

Psallus 428 

Pselaphus 113 

Psen 56 

Psenocorus 207 

Psepheoua 155 

Pseudaglossa 329 



Pseudanophora 354 

PseudanthrcBcia 329 

Pseudobseus 177 

Pseudobaris 262 

Pseudococcus 451 

Pseudolimacodes 327 

Pseudothyatira 305 

Psila 397 

Psilocephala 378 

Psilopa 401 

Psilopua 382 

Pailota 384 

Painidia 414 

Paocua 453 

Psoroaa 345 

Psyche 297 

Psychoda 365 

Paychomorpha 290 

Psylla 448 

Paylliodes 227 

Psylbbora 134 

Ptenidium liJO 

Pterocolus 247 

Pteromalus 40 

Pteronarcys 453 

Pterophorua 359 

Pteroatichua 79 

Pterrablaatea 387 

Ptilinus 183 

Ptilium 130 

Ptilocera 392 

Ptilodactyla 156 

Ptinus 181 

Ptochiomera 423 

Ptomophagua 112 

Ptosima 170 

Ptycholoma 348 

Ptychoptera 369 

Publilia 441 

Pulvinaria 452 

Purpuricenua 202 

Pygolampia 432 

Pyractomena 174 

Pyrameis 273 

Pyrellia 393 

Pyrgota 397 

Pyrgua 280 

Pyrochroa 244 

Pyromorpha 291 

Pyropha^aa 384 

Pyrophila 316 

Pyropyga 173 

Pyrrharctia 293 

Pyrrhia 322 

Pytho 239 



Q 

Quediua.... 116 



R. 

Ranatra 435 

Raphia 306 

Raphidolabis 368 

Remigia 328 

Renia 330 

Reathenia 425 

Retinia 350 

Rhacognathus 418 

Rhagium 205 

Rhagovelia 433 

Rhamphidia 366 

Rhamphomyia ... 379 

Rhanis 136 

Rhantua 103 

Rhinacloa 428 

Rhingia 386 

Rhinomacer 246 

Rhinoncus 261 

Rhinopais 53 

Rhipidia 366 

Rhipiphorus 245 

Rhizophagua 152 

Rhoditea 16 

Rhodobfenua 264 

Rhodophora 322 

Rhogaa 33 

Rhopalophora 202 

Rhopalosiphum 449 

Rhopalum 57 

Rhopobota 352 

Rhoptobaris 261 

Rhopua 39 

Rhynchitea 246 

Rhyncholua 266 

Rhypholophus 367 

Rhyphus 370 

Rhypobius 132 

Rhyssa 29 

Rhyaaematua 258 

Rhyaaemus 187 

Rivellia 397 

Rivula 330 

Romaleum 201 

S. 

Sacium 131 

Salda 434 

Salebria 345 

Saluda 344 

Samia 302 

Sandalus 157 

Sannina 289 

Saperda 211 

Saprinua 147 

Sapromyza 399 

Sarcophaga 392 

Sargua 371 



484 



INDEX OF GENERA. 



Satyrus 271 

Saucropus 382 

Saxinis 215 

Scaphidium 130 

Scaphisoma 130 

Scarites 74 

Scatella 402 

Scatophaga 395 

Scatopse 363 

Scellus 382 

Scenopinus 379 

Scepsis 290 

Schinia 322 

Schistocerca 413 

Schizocerus 7 

Schizogenius 75 

Schizoneura 450 

Schcenobius 347 

Sciara 362 

Sciomyza 396 

Sciophila 361 

Seines 157 

Scirtettica 415 

Sclerochroa 41 

Scolecocampa 315 

Scolia 49 

Scoliopteryx 318 

Scolops 439 

Scolytus 268 

Scoparia 341 

Scopelosoma 318 

Scopolia 391 

Scotobates 231 

Scraptia 238 

Scudderia 410 

Scydmaenus 112 

Scymnus 135 

Scyphella 400 

Seirodonta 299 

Selandria 12 

Selenia 332 

Selenocephalus 445 

Selenophorus 96 

Semasia 352 

Semiotellus 40 

Semiothisa 336 

Senogaster 388 

Seoptera 398 

Sepsis 400 

Serica 191 

Sericocera 392 

Sericomyia 386 

Sericosomus 164 

Serricoris 351 

Sesia 289 

Setodes 463 

Sialis 460 

Sicya 333 

Sigalphus 34 

Silpha Ill 



Silvanus 140 

Sinea 431 

Sinoxylon.... 183 

Siobla 12 

Siparocera 341 

Siphonella 403 

Siphonophora 448 

Sisyrosea 296 

Sitodrepa 182 

Sitones 249 

Sitotroga 356 

Smerinthus 287 

Smicra 37 

SmicroDyx 252 

Smilia 441 

Smodicum 199 

Solenopsis 47 

Sorroma 151 

Spalangia 40 

Spargoloma 329 

Sparnopolius 378 

Spharagemon 414 

Sphferophthalma 48 

Sphffiropyx 34 

Sphecius 54 

Sphecodes 62 

Sphecomyia 388 

Sphegina 385 

Sphenophorus 264 

Sphenostethus. 199 

Sphex 52 

Sphindus 185 

Sphingicampa 303 

Sphinx 286 

Sphyracephala 400 

Spilogaster 394 

Spilomena 56 

Spilomyia 388 

Spilosoma 293 

Spongophora 406 

Spragueia 324 

Stagmomantis 407 

Staphylinus 117 

Statira 236 

Stegana 402 

Stegania 335 

Steganoptycha ... 352 

Stehdota 150 

Stenamma 47 

Stenelmis 155 

Stenispa 228 

Stenobothrus 412 

Stenolophus 97 

Stenoscelis 266 

Stenosphenus 203 

Stenotarsus 137 

Stenus 122 

Stephania 433 

Stephostethus 153 

Stetheophyma 411 



Stethobaris 262 

Sthenarops 427 

Slichopogon 375 

Stictocephala(Z)ipf,).. 397 
Stictocephala(Semip.) 441 

Stigmus 56 

Stilbus 131 

Stilicus 124 

Stilpnus 23 

Stilpon 380 

Stiphrosoma 428 

Stizus 54 

Stomoxys 392 

Strangalia, 206 

Strategus 197 

Stratiomyia 371 

Stngoderma 195 

Strobisia 357 

Strongylium 235 

Strongylogaster 13 

Strophisoma 251 

Stylogaster 389 

Subula 370 

Sunius 125 

Symphora 238 

Symplecta 367 

Sympycnus 382 

Synarthrus 381 

Synchita 139 

Synchlora 334 

Synchroa 237 

Syneches 379 

Syneda 324 

Synergus 18 

Syneta 214 

Syntemna 361 

Syrbula 411 

Syritta 388 

Syrphus 384 

Systena 226 

Systropus 378 

T. 

Tabanus 372 

Tabuda 379 

Tachinus 125 

Tachydromia 380 

Tachygonus 260 

Tachypeza 380 

Tachyporus 126 

Tachys 78 

Tachytes 54 

Tachyusa 115 

Taeaiocampa 317 

Taeniopteryx 454 

Tanymecus 248 

Tanypus 365 

Tanysphyrus 253 

Taphrocerus 171 

Tapinoma 45 



INDEX OF GENERA. 



485 



Tarache 323 

Taracticus 375 

Taxonus 13 

Telamona 442 

Telea 302 

Telenomus 42 

Teleonemia 430 

Telephanus 142 

Telephorus 176 

Telesilla 321 

TelmatophiluB 142 

Temnostoma 388 

Tenebrio 231 

Tenebrioides 153 

Tenthredo 13 

Tenthredopsis 14 

Tephronota 397 

Tephrosia 338 

Teras 347 

Terias 279 

Termes 453 

Tetanocera 396 

Tetracis 331 

Tetragonoderus 87 

Tetramorium 47 

Tetraopes 213 

Tetrops 213 

Tetratoma 237 

Tettigia ,.. 437 

Tettigidea 415 

Tettigonia 445 

Tettix 415 

Teuchocnemis 387 

Teucholabis 366 

Thalessa 30 

Thalpochares 323 

Thamnonoma 336 

Thanasimus 179 

Thaneroclerus 179 

Tharops 158 

Thaumastopus 424 

Thecla 275 

Thelcteria 341 

Thelia 441 

Themos 8 

Thereva 378 

Therina 333 

Therioplectes 372 

Thermonectes 104 

Theronia 30 

Thersilochus 27 

Throscus 166 

Thyanta 420 

Thyatira 305 

Thymalus 154 

Thyreodon 25 

Thyreonotus 411 

Thyreopus 58 

Thyreus 284 

Thyridopteryx 297 



Thyris 289 

Thysanocnemia 256 

Tibiceus 437 

Tinea 354 

Tingis 430 

Tiphia 49 

Tipula 369 

Tischeria 358 

Tmetocera 352 

Tolmerus 376 

Tolype 304 

Tomarus 142 

Tomicus 268 

Tomoxia 240 

Tornos 337 

Tortrix 349 

Torymus 39 

Toxares 37 

Toxoneura 36 

Toxophora 378 

Toxorrhina 366 

Toxotus 205 

Tragidion 202 

Tragosoma 199 

Trama 328 

Tramea 458 

Trapezonotus 423 

Tremex 16 

Triachus 218 

Tribolium 232 

Trichiosoma 7 

Trichius 198 

Trichocera 368 

Trichodes 178 

Trichodesma 182 

Trichogramma 41 

Tricholita 314 

Trichonta 362 

Trichopepla 420 

Trichopoda 390 

Trichopteryx 130 

Trichosia 363 

Tridactylus 407 

Trigoma 368 

Trigonophora 313 

Trigonotylus 425 

Trimerotropis 414 

Trimium 114 

Triodonta 387 

Trioxys 37 

Trioza 448 

Triphleps 429 

Triptogon 287 

Triptotricha 373 

Trirhabda 222 

Tritoma... 138 

Trochilium 288 

Trogoderma 144 

Trogophlocue 129 

Trogosita 153 



Trogus 23 

Tropideres 270 

Tropidia 387 

Tropidosteptes 426 

Trox 190 

Truxalia 411 

Trypeta 398 

Trypherns 177 

Tryphon 28 

Trypopitys 182 

Trypoxylon 57 

Tychius 256 

Tyloderma 258 

Tylonotus 201 

Tymnes 219 

Typhlocyba 447 

Typbcea 143 

Tyrus 113 

Tytthonyx 174 

U. 

Ufeus 316 

Uloma 233 

Upis 230 

Urocerus 15 

Urographis 210 

Utetheisa 292 

V. 

Vacuna 450 

Valeria 313 

Valgus 198 

Vanessa 273 

Vespa 61 

Vitula 345 

Volueella :. 386 

W. 

WoUastonia 266 

X. 

Xanthochroa 239 

Xanthogramma 385 

Xantholinus 121 

Xanthonia 218 

Xanthoptera 324 

Xenoglossa 67 

Xenos 245 

Xerophlcea 443 

Xipbidium 411 

Xiphydria 15 

Xyela 15 

Xyleborus 267 

Xyletinus 132 



486 



INDEX OF GENERA. 



Xylina 319 

Xylocopa 67 

Xylonomus 32 

Xylophagus 370 

Xylopinus 231 

Xyloryctes 196 

Xyloterus 267 

Xylota 387 

Xylotrechus 203 



Y. 

Ypsia 329 

Ypsolophus 357 

Z. 

Zaitha 435 

Zale 328 



Zanclognatha 330 

Zarsea 7 

Zethus 59 

Zeugophora 214 

Zeuzera 304 

Zicrona 418 

Zophodia 345 

Z/gobaris 263 

Zygomyia 362 



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